This is a mistake. Not everyone should have information about your private life because you really don’t know how they can use it!
While you may have a lot of likes and comments on your graduation photo, let me honestly tell you that not many people are actually happy with your success stories and happy stories.
You have to be the one who chooses the people in your life and even more than that, you have to keep a close eye on them before giving out your personal information.
In today’s article, I decided to show you 5 types of personal information that you should keep to yourself, before getting to know someone or forming a deeply trusting relationship.
1. Physical holdings
Recently, social networks seem to be full of physical goods such as phones, cars, jewellery, expensive clothes and shoes, etc.
You shouldn’t brag too much about material things because people will think you’re arrogant and obsessed with materialism. Although you can live the dream life, try to be more modest and keep the “prize” to yourself. You will be seen as a much better person.
2. Past resentments
Everyone comes with luggage. We all have past experiences we wish we had amnesia for, but they still haunt us, and instead we share those bad stories.
These things are best left out and not mentioned, especially to people you wish to have in your life in the future. Let the past remain in the past and let its story suffice for your own experience and advice on how to act in the future.
No one wants to hear stories about past resentment – and it makes you feel like you’re still stuck somewhere in your past.
3. Your income
Even if you have all the money in the world and can easily afford the entire bar party without feeling like you’ve spent a lot, don’t let the new people in your life know about your financial situation. It can really affect the relationship people form with you and you can end up with fake friends or fake love.
4. Good deeds
Then you do a good job, make sure you do it privately and don’t brag about it. On the one hand, it may seem that you are doing it only to show off, on the other hand, people with “great needs” and “bad finances” may suddenly begin to surround you.
5. Plans and goals for your future
These things should be discussed with family, close friends, and the partner in a stable relationship. Plus, according to science, you’re more likely to accomplish what no one knows you’re doing!
Mainly because when you share things like this, people want to talk about you or give their opinion about it. It can really spoil the course of your plans and you may end up abandoning them, just because of others!