Some people are so emotionally weak and lacking any structured self esteem that the slightest hint of criticsm turns them into vile passiveaggressive insulting ********. Which of course also means that over the years they just get more and more shrivelled up in their wilting personality ecology and build up more and more gulags around themselves, and become even more nasty and belittling.<br />
So its best to just be honest and come what may, if it ruins the relationship, then its best it happened earlier on, and maybe it will do them some good in the long run

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Well put! 100% agree!

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hmm it depends, if the truth would help or benefit them in the end, then i'd tell them. If it just hurts them though, i would keep it to myself.

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I think this is one that depends very much on the circumstances.<br />
For instance, suppose someone decides to keep the identity of a parent secret in order to protect others from the knowledge and hurt of infidelity. Then suppose that child is dying and needs a donor kidney from the unknown parent. In this instance a revealing truth will save a life, perhaps at the cost of a marriage.<br />
If the truth had be known from the start, there is a chance that the issue could have been worked through and resolved. The longer a dishonesty is sustained, the greater the fallout and likely distrust after truth comes out.<br />
Generally speaking, it's better to live in such a way that one can tell the truth about ones actions, knowing that there is no need to hide or dissemble.

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It depends on what you have to revel and what it meant to you cos it might be the truth but not worth revealed

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nds, if your with someone and you don't love them, by not telling them your hurting both of you, you will eventully cheat on them that will hurt worse, if it's about looks etc be kind and choose ideas to break things to them.

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