You're out with your girlfriends having a great time (and maybe some wine), and you reveal a little more information than you should. Your TMI story about your high school boyfriend may be OK, but you've got to be extra careful when you veer into husband territory. Some truths about your main squeeze should be left unsaid-even if you want your friend's input. Learn which 10 subjects should be off limits (and why), so oversharing doesn't damage your marriage. Photo by Getty Images.
1. His fears. "Women aren't typically reluctant to share fears," says Audrey Sherman, PhD, developer of PsychSkills. But divulging that he's scared of, say, thunder or big dogs, can make him appear weak. More importantly, the fears were shared with you in confidence; telling his secrets shows you're not safe to confide in, says Sue Johnson, PhD, author of Love Sense: The Revolutionary New Science of Romantic Relationships.