What does full disclosure mean to you..
March 3, 2016 7:53pm CST
If you and someone were just meeting and they asked for full disclosure of anything so they would know if it were too much to deal with what does that include? I am not comfortable telling anyone at this point that I have a terrible bladder. I know he knows from when we were growing up that I peed the bed. As an adult I am not comfortable telling that I have that issue. I feel like a liar and that is sure not a good thing for me. also my mental health is another thing. he knows thr was something wrong with me growing up. Bipolar he knows nothing about. God knows I don't want him to know I am on ssi. I was shaking so bad when he was here that I could not cope. He was very very nice and I had a very good time. I just feel like a liar is all.
6 people like this
4 Mar 16
NO ONE should make you feel obligated to provide them with your personal information. Not your family, spouse, friends or complete strangers. Disclosure is an act of sharing. You only do so if you trust someone and feel comfortable to share. But I'm all for honesty in relationships.
• Toronto, Ontario
4 Mar 16
I think y should wait and tell them. I do the same with my health problems many do not understand and wont. If I start dating someone literally I will wait one guy was a year or so before telling him whereas another was a couple months. It depends on how they are but I will casually bring it up and not full detail. Try telling guys my age so give me a few drinks, let me take a pain pills, then we can maybe have s*x or Ill scream in pain.