She Never Explained To Her Boyfriend That She Owns The House That They Live In Because She Was Worried He Might Treat Her Differently, But He Found Out And He Feels Betrayed

“He was upset that I didn’t tell him that I owned my home,” she recalled.

“He’s upset because he feels like I betrayed his trust. I do see where he’s coming from, but I don’t think it’s that big of a deal. I was eventually going to tell him. I just didn’t think I absolutely had to tell him at that moment.”

She explained that her parents taught her that finances shouldn’t ever be discussed with other people and that her boyfriend doesn’t even know how much money she generally makes. So she figured he didn’t need to know about the house either.

They took some time to work things out, and she apologized for not telling him the truth.

How would you feel if your roommate or partner kept that kind of information a secret? Would you find them to be untrustworthy?

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