Keeping secrets in a relationship is more common than you think. And we are way more secretive thank you’d think too. It’s not just a single fling that we’re hiding either. A study from Columbia University reveals that we’re hiding — on average —13 secrets from their partners! We dived into the most common secrets to find out if you should be keeping these secrets from your partner, your beau, bae or babe. These are the secrets you should never hide from your partner — and the secrets that are OK to keep quiet about.
Keeping secrets in a relationship
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Lusting after someone
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Not revealing your finances
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Hiding your sexual history
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Thinking about cheating
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You dislike their friends
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Family secrets — should you tell your partner?
Hiding your ambitions
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Is it TMI to share your physical flaws?
The “I’m not happy” secret
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Can you keep a secret?
You just don’t like it
Hiding your mental health issue
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Hiding your beliefs
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I emotionally cheated
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I did a bad, bad thing
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Have you ever hidden a hobby from your partner?
Your secret: You’ve been cheated on
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A secret relationship
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