Reasons To Keep Your Life Private

Living a private life doesn’t require much, it doesn’t mean that you stay alone, you can be with other people but you still maintain your privacy.

  • Not everyone is your friend – You can’t trust anyone with information about your personal life. Even some of your so-called friends could be gossiping. Some people just love to ruin lives. This alone is a reason to keep life as private as possible.
  • You will not owe anyone any explanations – Exposing your personal life gives everyone a front row seat to your show and invites their opinions. Living a private life, you get to keep your business to yourself, and you certainly don’t feel like you owe anyone any explanations.
  • Peaceful mind – Feeling inadequacy and dissatisfaction resulting from social comparison cause depression and anxiety. Privacy remove the stress of waiting for validation from others, and you no longer care what people think of your life since they don’t know anything about it.
  • More safety – Private life is a happy life, but also a safe life. The less you share about your day online, the safer you will be. t’s easier than even for stalkers, identify thieves, and hackers to threaten people’s lives with all the info they freely share every day.
  • Better relationships – Privacy gives you a chance to focus on what really matters. You can form more genuine binds with friends and family and only allow a small circle of people you trust into your world. It’s better to share and connect with a few people who genuinely care.

However, living a private life does not mean you should push people away, never open up about your feelings, or be isolated. It involves choosing carefully what details of your personal life you’re comfortable sharing and whom you decide to share them with.

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13 Comments Add yours

  1. Maryanne says:

    It’s so true!! I once thought a private life was about not sharing things on the internet. But then I realized sharing some things is fine — it’s sharing them to seek the approval of others that makes your life not private. Just go with the flow of the conversation. You don’t have to share every single thing that happens in your life. Keeping much to yourself is protective of your soul and muse. I’m an honest person who seems to be a sharing one, but little do most people know, there’s PLENTY I do not tell people! Great post! 🙂

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    1. GS says:

      I agree with you. A private life is a happy life because it enriches the most important relationship that you will ever have – the one you have with yourself. It also translates to the world that because you have trust within, you’re a trustworthy person.
      Glad you liked the post.

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  2. That’s true!! Where there’s privacy there’s happiness ✌️🤞

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  3. Wise words so very true! We all can pick and choose what we share and sometimes to protect ourselves it is best to choose wisely. Not everyone is our friend. Sad but true.

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    1. GS says:

      I agree. Not everyone is our friend. You have to be aware of what you are saying, you must know whether it is impactful to your own life and well being. You cannot go around and talk about the intimacy of your relationship, that is something that stays in between 2 people.

      You must know what to say, when, and how. Otherwise, you are welcoming others to come in and criticize your life and choices.

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  4. Love this! It’s so true. You know no one an explanation and sadly, even sharing nice little highlights from your day can be twisted by the wrong people. Good to remember the art of privacy. ❤

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    1. *owe not know *gah typos

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    2. GS says:

      A private life is a happy life, and you will come to this realization once you start keeping your business to yourself and become a private person.

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      1. I already have. 🙂

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      2. GS says:

        Awesome Sauce

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing my post

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