Shhh… Don’t Tell!


We all have a past, some more colorful than others, but we all have one. But how much of your past should you share?

I know a married couple who are completely open with each other. They have shared every intimate detail of their past. I can see the benefits of being completely open with someone, however, how much do you really want to know?

Aside from past intimacies there are many other items people may not want disclose. What about a criminal past you had a young person or a minor?

As much as people are entitled to a past shouldn’t they also be entitled to change. Can a past conviction change the way you feel about someone today?

What do you think are some things that need to be disclosed before you get into a relationship? Should more be disclosed before you get married?

About the Author

Regina Foster Bartlett is a mother of two teenagers who recently married her soulmate and believes her favorite wedding gift was the addition of four stepchildren and four grandchildren! She’s a confessed tech-nerd who loves all things social media. She’s also a published freelance writer and she’s been blogging since before blogging was cool. She's the voice behind the radio broadcast and writer behind this blog. Always on the lookout for interesting stories she can be reached by emailing: or using the Contact form by clicking the link above.