Tips On How Much To Reveal To A New Lover
Finding a new love is always exciting. Those butterflies start fluttering in your stomach and life is the most precious gift once again. Nothing can bring you down from this wonderful high, unless of course you say something you shouldn’t. A new relationship can be very delicate, so you should consider how much to reveal to a new lover. Or more importantly, what you should keep to yourself.
The Great Things About Your Ex
If there is information you shouldn’t be sharing with your new lover, it’s how great your ex was. Nothing damages a promising new love affair as much as talking about the things you miss in a past relationship.
Your Great Reputation With Other Lovers
Just as much as you want to avoid talking about your ex, you want to keep your own wild ways in check as well. Your new lover doesn’t really want to hear how crazy you were before you met them, especially if you’re not as wild with them.
Even though the past shouldn’t be a dictating factor for a new relationship, it’s up to you, to keep it there. If you’re new lover insists on hearing all about your wild days, don’t over-do it. Keep it quick and honest. Your new lover is only waiting to hear how great your life is now.
The Amount Of Lovers You Can Be With Right Now
This is a tactic that usually creeps in after about two months and it never really works. It’s understandable that you might feel insecure about the new relationship around this time, but making your new lover jealous by telling them how many other lovers you can be with right now is not the way to go.
If you’re not sure how your new lover feels about you, simply ask them. Don’t play mind games that ultimately bring the relationship down.
Don’t Exchange Numbers
Unless your new lover supports open relationships, there’s never a good time to share the number of previous partners. There is a very big difference between what is acceptable for guys and what is acceptable for women and what is not. It’s better to keep the number of your previous lovers to yourself until you are confident in your new relationship.