Before you stress too much about explaining your dating history, it’s a good idea to first take a step back and ask whether it’s too soon to talk about these matters in any depth with your current woman.
If you experience a strong connection with a woman you’ve just started to date, it’s natural to feel the urge to tell her everything, and many men follow this urge to the detriment of their budding relationship.
She is a certified personal trainer and holds a degree in English and psychology from Franciscan University. Addressing the issues from his past may help you work together to create or improve a more understanding relationship.
Wait until you’re in a committed relationship before asking about his past.
But it cannot redeem it, at least not in any truly deep and lasting way.
But the gospel offers real grace for the heart reeling that can happen from finding out about a boyfriend’s or girlfriend’s sexual past.
According to Match.com, "single women demand digital transparency in relationships.
77 percent of women would not date someone who was secretive with their texts versus 53 percent of men." So secrecy is bad, but so is over sharing.
That being said, how can you address your larger dating history in a manner that is honest, positive and comforting, even if you feel embarrassed about your dating history?Similarly, if you’ve only been seeing your woman for a few weeks, there’s no need to provide a play-by-play of your dating history, nor is there any reason to askabout her dating history.If she questions you about your past dating experiences, you shouldn’t act evasive or defensive, but you shouldn’t feel the need to open up totally, either.Don’t expect him to open up to you if you’re reluctant to reciprocate.Successful relationships require mutual communication, says social scientist and educator Michael Formica in an article on the "Psychology Today" website.And suddenly you realize there's way too much ex baggage left over to safely pursue a new relationship. The potential of "what might be" is lost in the wreckage of being too open and honest too soon. Never talk about your exes when you're dating, ever?