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The thing is, we hubby and I are bloody honest. He's Dutch check out their reputation for bluntness! I was brought us by a messed-up family and rebuilt myself with therapy, Full disclosure; my boyfriend has been reading this book, we have been arguing about it, so I'm reading it with a fine comb - and no little exasperation - to fuel my rebuttals. I was brought us by a messed-up family and rebuilt myself with therapy, patience and YES a whole lot of transgressive truth telling. We are at a level of shared honesty I've hardly ever witnessed.


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We use all the psychological tools we have in order to understand and navigate our differences, we hardly ever 'fight' - we try to argue constructively. It works. My therapist was a fan of keeping a 'secret garden' in relationships in order to cultivate attraction - full knowledge of, and melding with, the significant other tends to kill desire. I agree.

Radical Honestythis is both terrifying, and amazingly liberating

Maybe because my socialization as a girl brainwashed me, maybe because I am 'too sensitive' bla bla bla. I believe in honesty up to a point. Shaming people into telling the truth is annoying. It turns into a pissing contest. Also I live in Asia. My local friends' hair would probably collectively stand on their heads by just reading the intro.

Are they wrong? Not necessarily. We strive for harmony here, not harshness, and it works for me. Rant over. I fervently believe in honesty AND kindness. Back to hubby now. Very American concept, I think, this notion that it makes sense to say everything you're thinking, basically. Not sure I go along with that. But I definitely appreciate the revelations in this book about the deep value of straight dealing, even when it's uncomfortable or ugly or seemingly unkind.

It's an often neglected piece of the integrity puzzle, and I agree with the author that the truth is ultimately the kindest thing you can tell someone. I think the author also does a good job pointing Very American concept, I think, this notion that it makes sense to say everything you're thinking, basically. I think the author also does a good job pointing out the high level of bullshit in disguise in our society: ubiquitous use of euphemism, "white lies," dishonesty pretending to be politeness, etc.