to an extant, you might not be that person anymore, but your experiences have made you who you are and shaped your character, for good or bad
No, unless it affects your relationship negatively.
Seriously, unless it involves g.e.n.i.t.a.l herpes,HIV or being a convicted s.e.x offender, no one is obligated to reveal their past.
lucy what did you do?
We all do things we regret and wish we could turn back the clock and change. But as you said, we hopefully learn from those lessons. I think I would want to trust my potential partner enough to know that they would accept those things as just that. If they don't, then I really would not want them anyway. I would not want to go through life with a judgemental person,
depends... in most cases no, but if i found out my significant other was once a serial killer and had just behaved for the last few years (like Dennis Radner/ BTK) then I would prolly break up with them
ty... I would say I try, but I don't... I'm just odd...
My husband knows everything about me, past and present, the good and the bad! I guess, he accepts me the way I am cause he's still with me.
Thanks G. Yes, he is a good and understandable guy. It goes both ways, he knows about me and me about him. We rather tell each other everything before someone comes to us and we find out. If someone approaches us, at least our answers will be I know and not be shocked about it. :)
Who you are should matter to your partner.Your past is indicative of who you are going forward,so it matters.
Well,you're always gonna be that person.If you can learn from your past,it makes you a better person.Nobody is perfect and your partner should be able to accept you for you.We all have a past.
The past always matters.
at your age, the past is last week.
You shouldn't try to hide it. If they are willing to accept you for who you are, not who you were, then there's no problem.
As long as dat past is nt der in ur present .....no