For you married readers out there...
here's the million dollar question...
do you tell your partner everything?
Are you transparent about it all? How much it costs to get the gray out of your hair. How many beers you drank at the last sales meeting. The fact that you can't stand when he/she reaches over to kiss you first thing with well, that breath.
That you have a minor crush on a guy/girl at the gym.
That you secretly steal a smoke on the car ride home from work.
That sometimes, after shopping trips, you stuff the goods inside your bag and head immediately upstairs to put the aforementioned goods under your bed.
That on that one night, during that one time, when you were super tired, you faked it, so you could go back to sleep.
And then there's the deeper stuff....the pieces that you've sworn to take to the grave....that you won't even document.
In a healthy, loving, communicative, transparent marriage....how important, necessary, or helpful is it to be completely honest?
It's a good question. I'm certain that 99.9% of the time my husband tells me that I look fabulous in everything I put on...even when sometimes, I have no business being caught out in public in such garb.
I also know that there are hot button topics that we don't address like politics because they don't lead to warm fuzzy feelings.
But in general, on any given day, is it critical to tell your partner everything or is it okay not to and where do you draw the line?
Food for thought.