Your partner’s (or your) transgressions.

Everyone needs a listening ear sometimes. “Never tell your problems to anyone...20% don't care and the other 80% are glad you have them.” ― Lou Holtz tags: advice-for-daily-living , complaining , remaining-silent A true friend talks shit to your face.

There are no two ways about it. I realized that people only like you when you’re …

Understandably, you would want to vent to a friend or loved one about what you're experiencing. I Wish I Had Someone To Talk To About My Problems.
I consider myself to be an adult. Yes, I do childish things like stay out all weekend drinking and what have you but I still have the mind of an adult. Stepping out on the one you love is a universal negative in the world we live in, so you’ll only be inviting judgment into your relationship.

I only share with a few people and even then I feel like I probably should not have. Relationship Problem: Not Making Your Relationship a Priority. People will want to talk to you for hours, about themselves… Either you’re a well-adjusted adult who’s moved on and can see the good and the bad clearly in your past relationships, or you’re holding onto anger, bitterness, distrust, blame etc. 8 Sure Signs That Your Co-Workers Are Toxic Sometimes the employees who do the most damage are hiding in plain sight. And of course, it’s okay to want happy. This is a common trap when you start becoming a better listener: Most people love to talk about themselves and their problems to a good listener.

Yes, I do childish things like stay out all weekend drinking and what have you but I still have the mind of an adult.

I consider myself to be an adult.

26 Things I’ve Learned Since Entering The Working World. If you want to destroy trust on your … I realized that when you talk to people about your problems, they make you feel worse.

I almost never talk about my problems, it is not good. Learning that it's okay to talk about our problems can feel a bit like a trip to the dentist. There's a reason your man never gives more than a blank stare when the conversation between you gets serious, and it's not because he's afraid to talk about his feelings.

If one of you cheated and you’re trying to make it work, telling your friends about it will most definitely derail the process. JackF/iStock Claire, for sure, that goes without saying. 16 Things I Learned from Taking the #100happydays Challenge. 24 Questions That Awaken The Real You. 10 Types Of Friends You Shouldn't Feel Bad Dumping.

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If your husband won’t talk to you, then he needs to talk to someone else.
57 thoughts on “ The Danger of Talking About Your Problems ” LaToyia Dennis on May 1, 2017 at 9:58 am said: THIS! Not all people are the worst, but let's be realistic here: If you've tried to talk to your friends about your problems, and they laughed at you, ignored you, or told you that your problems don't matter, it's entirely possible those friends are assholes. They make you feel misunderstood, they make you feel like you’re not allowed to be who you are or give in to your emotions. I’ve never bought into that ‘never talk about your ex’ crap. When you can't find someone to talk to, it can be painful. This post is so true. It’s not a popular choice, particularly in the early years of marriage because we want everyone to think we are happy.

And if he won’t do that too, then you need to speak to someone. ... People who can never remember when your birthday is. I was included in Forbes’ 30 under 30 social entrepreneurs in Europe 2017 and gave a TEDx talk … “I’ve never bought into that ‘never talk about your ex’ crap. In the beginning, when you develop your listening ability, it feels great. When you're suffering, it's natural to want to talk to someone about your problems.