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CookieInAJar CookieInAJar 31-35, F 16 Answers Jan 7 in Dating & Relationships

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Total openness. Whats the point in being in a relationship if you have to hide?

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Yeah. I think the same. I was best friends with my boyfriend for a year before we got together so we already had talked about some things. So it was easier for me. I told him the rest just before we got together and said take it or leave it and he was pretty great about it. I already trusted him cause of the friendship. I dont know what i would of done in any other situation.

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It's different for each relationship, the thing is to set boundaries that are agreeable to both parties and stick with them. Honesty and communication are vital to any relationship.

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I think there should be a middle ground. Honesty is important but you should be able to have some things that are just yours.

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A good friend of mine advised me… "I think that everyone needs their alone time.. However you should be open and honest with each other. So then you know how each other really feels or appreciates."

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Everything in moderation, hun.

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Both to an extent. I'm sure being open with your spouse is great. But at the same time there are things that should be kept inside. Well Izavel nailed it on the spot. Read her response.

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a healthy dose of both!

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I think you need a balance.

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Both are essential, and the cocktail varies from couple to couple. My wife and I are very open and tend not to spend a lot of time apart from one another. Other couples will explode of they don't get some alone time.

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things don't have to be that extreme.

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A bit of both.

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For my privacy is important

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A balance

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