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6 secrets you should never tell anyone about your personal life

"Have you ever told anyone more they need to know"?

"Did you have a phone call and then you regret saying more than you should"?

Well, you are not alone ..... This article is just for you,

 The truth is, many of us have a bad habit of wearing hearts on our sleeves. This can make us an open book for strangers as well. We definitely don't want that - the secret is, after all, the spice of life. Maintaining a clear distinction between personal and professional life is difficult (but very important) to manage. You have to be very picky about who you share your secrets with, because unfortunately not everyone has good intentions.

The important thing is that you have to be careful to make sure that the details of your personal life cannot be used to hurt you. It is useful to have a basic list of certain personal information that you should never share with others. If you don't know how to create your own list, we're here to help. In fact, we've put together some secrets that you should always keep to yourself, no matter how strong the urge to share them with everyone.

According to Joan Collins; "The secret of personal life is that we don't answer too many questions about it."


 THERE ARE 6 SECRETS THAT DON'T TELL ANYONE ABOUT YOUR PERSONAL LIFE

1. Past outrage

 We all have negative stories about our personal lives that we can tell about people we don't like. (Do you remember those classmates or former colleagues you resented years ago - and maybe still? Yeah, the same thing here.) It's always best to let these feelings go and discuss them as little as you can in public. This is the same for you as for others, because negativity is exhausting. Not only to feel, but also to listen. People prefer to communicate with positive conversational partners, with those who have interesting insights they can provide - not with those who lament over other people they don't even know. Let go of everything that weighs on you. Try to focus on the presence and you will find that more and more people will want to talk to you.

2. Material requirements

 As we all know, certain things are much more important in life than their price. But sometimes we can't help but brag about the new car we have or the new phone we just bought at an exclusive price. While Parks and Recreation may tell you something else, your colleagues don't want to know how you treated each other. You may come out arrogant and too obsessed with the monetary value of things rather than their unique significance. Modesty is a wonderful addition. You should try spreading it to your conversations.

3. Goals for the future

It may seem unlikely, but in reality, the science behind it is that you are much more likely to achieve your long-term goals if you don't share them with others. When you tell others about your future aspirations, you almost feel as if the pleasure of achieving the goal has been taken away from you. As a result, you are not working so hard. However, if you keep your goals to yourself, you have a much better chance of achieving them. And once you do, feel free to tell the whole world.

4. Your income

Only one group of people should be able to know the details of your income: the people who work at your bank. Money is never a pleasant topic that is talked about in public because you never know what one's financial situation looks like. You may seem to be bragging without making sense. Money - and knowledge of finance - can change relationships irreparably. Once your financial situation becomes public, people will start looking at you differently without being able to help. To save this awkward situation, keep your income details on your bank statements.

5. Good deeds

 You may have heard that good deeds always attract good karma. That's true, and you should never be discouraged from doing good - but if you start bragging about it, it will take a completely different perspective. Once you brag about something good you've done, you do it all about yourself, undermining the good you've already done. Many of the greatest philanthropists in the world remain anonymous for a very good reason. When you do a charity, you want attention to the people or things you are helping, not yourself.

6. Family problems

Whether it's your extended family or your blood relatives, leave the problems in the family. Don't abuse people's trust. These secrets were told to you because you are close to these people, but they did not allow you to spread them among everyone in your social circle. Confiding in you and breaking that trust is the worst thing you can do. Respect other people's secrets. In return, you can expect them to treat you the same

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