Keeping Secrets

Choosing Openness over Deception

Season 1, Episode 42

There is no relationship where every minuscule aspect of life can be fully disclosed. Yet when deliberate efforts are made to hide events or significant facts, problems are sure to ensue. Healthy relating consists of keeping no secrets of a moral or ethical matter, and by having the fullest accountability that common sense allows. In other words, being known is essential to being securely connected.

Keeping Secrets

by Les Carter, Ph. D. | MarriagePath Radio

Something to Think about

In this episode, we recognized that:

  • You are only as healthy as your secrets allow you to be.
  • Keepers of secrets usually have a deep history of feeling judged and controlled.
  • Secretiveness becomes its own form of imprisonment.

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