Keeping Secrets from Your Partner

The Romantic Truth website conducted a poll on the Google Plus Community  where the question was ‘[Are there any secrets that ou have not shared wih your partner?”  The interesting finding is that the majority of women and men do not have secrets held from their partners and 20% still do in some way or form.

The implications suggests that couples are more likely to be truthful with their partners in respect to sharing secrets. Also, this may imply that the relationhips may have a more communicative and solid foundation.  The 29% may be plagued with secrets that could range from marital affairs or worse.


First Date Polling Survey

Our sister blog conducted a recent survey of single men and women  in respect to the question, “How far would you go on a first date?”  The overwhelming response from women implicated that kissing would be the extent of intimacy on a first date.  Men on the otherhand, favored touching.  This clearly defines the differences when it comes to the genders in respect to romantic appeal.

Women are using the more emotional and intimate form of expression by kissing.  Men use the physical aspect of touching in the sense to convey intimacy.  In bot  cases, it could be implied that a woman has the most limited interaction and can more than likely control the behavior to some extent on the first date..  If women choose to touch a man while or after kissing, there is a good sign that she may want a more inimate encounter than just kissing.  It could also imply that the women that like kissing and touching on the first date may just feel comfortable with their partner.  It should be noted o guys that touching does not equate to sex or intimacy beyond the practice.