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i've been seeing this guy for a little over a month now, but we've been "exclusively dating" for two weeks. i really really really like him alot, and i've never felt this way about a guy before neither of us are virgins but we want to take it slow anyway because we dont want to mess things up. anyway, i really want to be honest with him about everything because i trust him alot. The thing is, when i was 15, the first time i had sex i ended up getting pregnant and i never told anyone and i ended up misscarrying at about 2 or so months. Should i tell the guy i'm currently dating about this? Or should i leave it for now?
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I would say leave it until you're in a position where you feel comfortable disclosing such personal information. Telling about your sexual past should be completely at your discretion, and talking about a miscarriage especially, since it is such a sensitive subject. I would wait to see how things go with this guy before sharing about such a personal experience.
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