While others prefer to keep their dating past a secret, an expert states that it would be better if you were totally open and honest about it with your future significant other since it could be a key to having a stronger bond with each other.
“Being completely open about our dating past can be a good thing in that it has the potential to build deeper trust,” says licensed marriage and family therapist David Klow, owner of Skylight Counseling Center in Chicago. He also adds that this kind of conversation has to happen organically, but you still need to compose the things you want to tell him first. You wouldn’t want to overwhelm him with information he’s not ready to hear.
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