The Case for Keeping Secrets — and When We Should Probably Tell Them

“Being assertive, direct, and setting clear boundaries in relationships is a way to honestly preserve some privacy and cultivate healthy separation from others. We should not be expected to share everything with everyone, and it is appropriate to pace the amount of information you share with various people in your life,” says Joyce Marter, LCPC, a licensed psychotherapist and author of The Financial Mindset Fix: A Mental Fitness Program for an Abundant Life. You can do this, she says, by making such statements as “I am not comfortable discussing that,” “I’m pretty private about my financial matters,” or “I’d rather not get into that right now.”

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