Correct each other in private, defend each other in public and keep your personal business off of Facebook.
5 Things That You Should Never Tell Anyone. Always Keep A Secret!
We all know that one high-school friend who will talk about every single detail of their life even though you graduated 15 years ago and haven’t seen each other since.
Such encounters often make us feel awkward or even think about what we actually say when talking with others. We sometimes tend to forget the things that might be misinterpreted by others, so it is much better to keep them to ourselves.
1. Your biggest goals in life.
If you share these, those around you will confuse you by offering other points of view, while you are surely moving towards your goals.
We are all different from each other, and you won’t get the same advice from everybody. Don’t listen to everybody else and don’t let your courage to be worn down. Walk towards your goals and know what you are doing; everybody will hear about your success, anyways.
2. The favors you do.
Let the favors you did for people who were in a tough spot, charity, and generosity be your own thing only. Those who are supposed to know do already know.
Talking about these randomly might hurt some and also make you look like a douche. If you are doing good deeds only to be able to brag about them later, it is better if you don’t do them at all. It really doesn’t count in that case. Things may take a turn towards “arrogance.” Take a moment and think this through: Why do you do really do nice things for others?
3. Your property
Some people can’t wait to start bragging when they buy something new, whether it is a new car, house, clothes or anything else that money can buy. However, this behavior is a clear sign of low self-esteem and such people usually have big personality flaws. They use material possessions to hide their flaws and to seek attention. Try not to brag and avoid making yourself appear shallow by appreciating your material possessions more than anything else in life.
4. How much you earn
Your income is definitely something others should not be familiar with. Talking about money is often unpleasant because you can never be sure about another person’s financial situation. And if you find yourself in the company of a person who talks about their finances, they are likely very insecure and they need constant approval. Such a person has no other interests in life but money.
5. Family issues
There is not a single family without problems. Some are big, some are small, but we all have them. Sharing those problems with strangers will never solve them. The only people you should talk to about them are your family members. Sharing these issues with others increase the negativity. There is a difference between sharing just because you want others to feel sorry for you, or sharing because you want to get advice from close people.