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    Default Do your friends know everything about you?

    Do you keep secrets from friends? how much do they know about your life? Do you have a past they don't know about?

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    My close friends know a lot about me and they obviously know me really well, but they don't know everything.

    I have small snippets of my life that I keep private (for example, my financial situation), and there's stuff I don't share because it's really not of great interest

    I'm not hiding any huge secrets from any of them. Still, I don't think there's anything wrong with keeping some stuff to yourself.

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    I had a completely different life for a while before I got married... the few people who do know (thanks to my brother and his big mouth) were completely shocked. lol. it's not a part of my life I talk about. I suppose nobody would have ever guessed it that's why they are surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlitterFarts View Post
    I had a completely different life for a while before I got married... the few people who do know (thanks to my brother and his big mouth) were completely shocked. lol. it's not a part of my life I talk about. I suppose nobody would have ever guessed it that's why they are surprised.
    Gee, I hope it didn't make you feel uncomfortable!

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    My best friend knows everything about me. Even the things I didn't know. She married my distant cousin years after we met. And often got warnings from her inlaws to beware of my part of the family lol..

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    Nope. My current group of friends I've known for the last ten or so years (since we moved here) so they didn't know me at school or Uni (when I did my more embarrassing stuff!) and my friends from school/Uni, live in other places in Aus and overseas and so they don't really know my recent stuff that well. So it's not like I keep stuff from people on purpose but it's just the way it's turned out. That said, I do keep some of my illness stuff pretty close to my chest.

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    I have nothing to hide so happy to share alot with my closest besties. I'm comfortable sharing anything with those few.

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    My friends know alot but not everything. They can ask and I'd tell them most things but a few things I keep to myself.

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    I don't share a lot with my friends but I think that's cause I don't trust easily and I don't like to be 'the talker'. If they ever ask i'm up front though.

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    Yep! I don't have anything to hide & nothing is off limits with me.


 

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