Kids Korner

If your friend told you an important secret and told you not to tell anyone, would you?

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7 Responses to Kids Korner

  1. SanityFound says:

    Depends if it is something being done against them I might consider telling or helping them to tell… depends but as a rule of thumb, never ever.

  2. Candi says:

    Depends, but maybe, maybe not!!!!!!!

  3. mssc54 says:

    Tell me the secrete first then I will decide.

    I have a firm rule with a friend of mine. If either of us says “Now this is confidential” then no matter what it is or how important it may seem we are “sworn to secrecy.” Period.

  4. Joy says:

    First of all I “assume” that they don’t mean keeping the secret from my husband. I tell him everything. We are each other’s sounding boards. Someone has to say “don’t tell Paul” and I think everyone knows that. Plus, my husband wouldn’t tell anyone anything personal anyway so telling him is like talking to myself when I’m alone.

    If it’s something really serious, no I wouldn’t tell anyone but I have a hard time keeping a happy secret like a baby coming or something like that.

  5. SKL says:

    I do try to keep a secret. On rare occasion I might blab to a very trusted person just because some things are so hard to keep just in my own head. But I wouldn’t tell the people the secret is meant to be kept from.

  6. nikki says:

    I’m like Joy I tell Jason everything unless I think it’s best that he not know. But from my experience I am a secret keeper. Especially my 2nd youngest sister. I am her secret keeper for sure!!! I have secrets that will go to my grave with me.

  7. Candi says:

    Earlier I commented, and I just didnt know what to say, NO I would never Tell a sercert, Its called that for a reason. I have MANY and that MANY will never be told to anyone. EVER. I tell Jared things but, some things are just better left unsaid.

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