5 things you shouldn’t share with your partneradmin
Do you trust your partner , actually tell him everything and have no problem borrowing the other persons toothbrush after all, youre always sharing body fluids anyway?
It’s really nice that you’re so close – but there are one or two things that are better to have to yourself, for example…
1. Passwords and Pin Codes
Cell phones, social media accounts and e-mail inboxes are really private things and you are under no obligation to share your access data with your friend. Even if the other person doesn’t mind showing you their private chats, that doesn’t mean you have to. Remember: Your safety is also at stake here. If you do decide to share your passwords, don’t forget to change them if you ever break up (which I’m sure never happens! ) – better safe than sorry!
2. The toothbrush
You think that because you exchange saliva when cuddling anyway, it hardly makes a difference with the toothbrush? Unfortunately that’s incorrect. dr Ed Shaheen tells BUSTLE that sharing a toothbrush is actually bad for our health by picking up foreign bacteria. The toothbrush of the other is and remains taboo!
3. Solo sexy time
Just because you’re in a relationship doesn’t mean you can’t still have some fun with yourself – you definitely shouldn’t feel bad about it. Masturbation has a number of advantages: It helps you to find out what you like and don’t like, reduces stress, lifts your spirits and also improves your sex life together in the long term.
You spontaneously spend the night with your partner and quickly jump into the shower. ” Ah, how practical, the razor is already here” – Haaalt! What applies to toothbrushes also applies to razors. Do not share! Because: Not only are bacteria exchanged in this way, the risk of transmission of dangerous pathogens such as hepatitis B or C also increases.
5. The bath
Okay, here it all depends on what you are used to and what you prefer. It is important to be considerate of each other. While some of you may have grown up in an extended family and be comfortable with someone constantly walking in and out while you are getting ready, others find it stressful to have conversations early in the morning or in front of them to do his business for others. There is no general rule that says you have to do everything together in a relationship and be able to go to the bathroom in front of your partner without any problems. It’s best if you just clarify what you both feel most comfortable with.