No I don't. The only time I have is when I found it distressing and needed advice myself. Otherwise, what is told to me in confidence stays there.
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16-06-2016 11:20 #11Senior Member
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16-06-2016 11:23 #12
guilty. I see telling my hubby as basically being a safe way to share it without it going any further.
I fully expect anything confidential I tell my friends that they will share with their hubby/partner.
16-06-2016 11:32 #13
16-06-2016 11:37 #14
Nope i dont tell DH my friends secrets.
Mostly because he has a habit of oversharing and forgets that what ive told him is a secret
16-06-2016 12:07 #15
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16-06-2016 12:20 #16
I don't get told many secrets, really. But if I did tell him one, he's like a vault so he wouldn't tell anyone. He's definitely not a gossiper (is that a word?). He doesn't particularly give a sh!t about everyone else's business.
16-06-2016 12:38 #17Senior Member
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Yes, I absolutely. I can't keep anything to myself
16-06-2016 13:07 #18
It would depend, but mostly yes I would. Sometimes I need to debrief with DH other times he may wonder why I'm helping out more/ more involved.
If I was specifically asked or I felt it wasn't appropriate I wouldn't share with him.
16-06-2016 13:10 #19
If my friends tell me something in confidence i wouldn't tell anyone else because its not my business to share anyone elses secrets.
16-06-2016 13:18 #20
And I have plenty of secrets, things about me that my husband doesn't know. Being married doesn't mean I'm not entitled to my own life, thoughts and feelings. I don't share absolutely everything with him. I have no particular preference what other people do but assuming people would be comfortable with your husband knowing something they'd told you in confidence is very presumptuous.
And I share plenty of things with my husband. Friend's secrets aren't one of them. The definition of a secret is that it's not something that's shared, life partner or not.
And as a side note, I've known my closest friend twice as long as I've known my husband. She knows more about me than he does. Chances are she'll outlive him (statistically) so I suppose she's more my life partner than he is!
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