7 Secrets That All Women Keep

Demetrius Washington

Ladies, it's no secret that we all have secrets! There are so many things that we aren't always quick to tell our significant others; Whether we are telling little white lies to spare feelings or just not telling them because it's never brought up, we've got secrets! Women often tend to keep the same type of secrets as other women do, and it's actually more common for women to hide these things than you think! We've compiled a list of the most common secrets that women keep. Do you keep any of these secrets?

1. We say no to gifts or food.

We may say no, but we never mean it. We're always up for gifts, and we're definitely always hungry. If we say no, give it to us anyway!

2. We check up on our exes.

We check up on our partner's ex and our own exes on Facebook. Not necessarily because we miss them or are jealous, but more to see how miserable they are, what an upgrade we are, or to simply pass the time.

3. We know about our partners.

ALL about our partners! It's not like we're crazy or anything, but better believe we've googled you, looked up your family, your friends, and your exes! We've got all your passwords too, even if we pretend that we don't.

4. We imagine fights in our heads.

We play entire fights out in our heads, and we always win!

5. We're pretty gross.

We may act clean and classy in front of others, but we drink from the milk jug in the middle of the night, we leave our clothes on the floor for sometimes days at a time, and we burp after drinking soda!

6. We're weird when we're alone.

When we know that we are alone and no one can walk in on us, we are really weird. We sing as if we are on American Idol, talk to ourselves, and dance around like we're out of our minds.

7. We watch porn.

Yes, I said it, I'm letting the cat out the bag ladies! We all watch it or have watched it; we're not that different than men! We probably think about sex more than men do!

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Another reason why we experience a disruption in our sleep patterns is the use of artificial light. This light confuses our natural body rhythms if we’re absorbing both light types at the same time.

Because of this, you’re likely to feel irritated and perplexed due to exposure of the mixture of two light sources. You can even feel frustrated, unable to relax, or deep sleep.

But it’s very important not to put the focus on the fact that the teenager is upset. Instead, let them feel or know that they have a right to be upset, as that is the only way to get to a point where a solution to the problem would be welcome or even useful.

Overreacting will only make the crisis worse. So, when your teenage child is having a breakdown, it is not time to issue threats or ultimatums. Trying to offer solutions, however well-intended, will not help either.

Your child is not broken, he/she is slowly recreating who they are so that they can finally mature.

So, when you see a teen in a crisis, the first thing you should do is calm them down. Everything else comes later.