Respect Each Other’s Privacy

Respect Each Other’s Privacy

Being a couple doesn’t mean you have to tell everything to your partner. You must admit that there are things which you only should know especially highly confidential matters.

When you’re already married, maybe you can share those with your wife or husband but when you’re still boyfriend or girlfriend, I advise you not. You can’t tell what will happen tomorrow so it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Also, another important thing you have to understand is that being in love doesn’t mean being dumb. You still have to use your common sense. Some couples will regularly check the Facebook account of his or her partner to see if she or he is not chatting with another man or woman.

If until now, you’re still doing this, I encourage you to stop it. It won’t bring you happiness. Instead, it will bring you a problem. This simply means you don’t trust your partner and you’re giving yourself a lot of stress.

If in case your partner is doing anything wrong, she or he is responsible for it and the emerging consequences.

During the first year of our relationship, this is what we are doing and you know what happened? It almost ended our relationship and the moment my fiancé and I stopped doing such, our relationship gets better each day.

Lebert Omac

Lebert is a forester by profession and currently working as a sales associate in Abu Dhabi, UAE. He comes from a simple family of Bohol, Philippines and is the breadwinner of their family. Aside from making sure that his family is provided with all their needs, he is also passionate about faith-building at the same time building healthy and lasting relationships with everyone, especially to his fiancee. On top of all the things he's doing now, he also dreams of building a God-fearing and God-centered family in the future and eventually make it a mission in order to build a peaceful society. Growing up in a family where he feels all the love and support push him to pursue this dream.
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