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Secrets Impacts Relations

Recent researches suggest secrets can negatively affect mental and physical health. The secrets become a problem because our brain tends to ramble toward the secret, which can lead to a reduced sense of well-being.   The most recent Belgian study examines this subject that secrets in the family relationship make him or her less trustful of the secret-keeper, which creates a cycle that ultimately damages the relationship.  Secrets in the family had adverse effects on health and tended to cause more guilt than keeping them. The University of Santa Barbara recent research suggests that unloading secrets help the spouse to stop worrying about the secrets, and it increases the self-esteem of the revealer. Oversimplifying these research findings indicates that secrets always cause harm and revealing them always makes things better.  "There's enough evidence to find that secrets can cause stress and anxiety and affect the health and relationship both. As it increases insuli