"Financially, I'm doing great/awful."
Many people draw conclusions about others based on their income, investments, family wealth (or poverty), and so on. You want to be evaluated on who you are—your personality, beliefs, ambitions—not your income-generating potential. This goes for in-depth conversation that may conspicuously point out your wealth. (“I do like to summer at my home in San-Tropez.”)
"My last relationship was a disaster."
Less history equals more mystery, or something to that effect. There is no need to go in-depth about how you were wronged or who you may have wronged (oops!) during a first date. Try being a good listener and finding out all about your date, rather than filling the hour with romantic horror stories. It’s often tempting to fall into stories of horrible dates, as we all have them, but if you’re not careful one of those stories may say more about you than your bad date partner.
"I did want to tell you a dark secret..."
This may seem obvious, but you can not trust someone you just met with really personal information. Give them time to prove their trust worthiness, and keep it light on that first encounter. There is no “full disclosure” rule in effect on a first date. You have the right to withhold almost every unflattering fact until it is established that you like each other and want to pursue things.
"I'm in recovery."
Many of us have them and deal with them and are proud of overcoming personal demons – but it is best to wait a bit before revealing this particular piece of sensitive information. Again, keeping it fun and light on a first date is highly recommended! Of course, it may come up, and that’s fine. (“Oh, do you not want any wine with dinner?”) Just don’t feel that you have a responsibility to share this detail.
For many, a successful marriage can be put down to attraction, devotion, patience – and true love. But one group of statisticians begs to differ. They have developed a distinctly
Few Tips/Tricks to find out whether you are ready for Marriage. This one is for all those, who have been bluffed by their partners, that they are ready for the Big 'M'. Believe me