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Do you discuss with your man if you put information about him on the blog?

Hi girls

 

I am just thinking, should you ask "permission" from your husband before you write it on the blog. Especially if it is a story that relates to him? Describes him? Or may be even embarasses him? Where do you draw a line?

 

What are your thoughts? What do you do?

 

To discuss or not to discuss?

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I wouldn't put something up that embarrasses him. When I write, I think, would I tell this story in front of him? 

I always ask him first. He usually doesn't mind, but once in a while there's something he asks me to leave out, and I'm fine with that. I respect it and I hope if he had a blog he'd do the same for me. I also ask friends/family before writing about them or posting pictures of them or their children. I just think it's the right thing to do since anyone online can see the information/photos. 

We have kind of public lives so I am ALWAYS careful what I post in regards to hubs, kids, life etc. I post cute stories but nothing embarassing ever. We have a hole host of off limits topics that came straight from our PR including those lol.

Yes, I ask permission first. But most of the time, I only write nice things about him. Those that will embarass him, I leave out.

I wont post anything that could be embarrassing or identifying without asking him first. Since my blog is about our family, he is going to be discussed in some of it and he is fine with that.

Angel

ARoseSurroundedByBoys.blogspot.com

My initial reaction was "yes, I would ask for permission" but then I thought about it & realised that I have writen a post where I mentioned something he said & I didn't ask permission! Try to ask permission...if you can't but you know they'll be ok with it then it's ok. My husband reads my bog posts...maybe ask yourself, if my partner were to find and read my post, how would they react? This should answer your question. And I also second everyones comment to not embarrass your partner.

All the best,
Linda

Dr Linda Hamilton
http://thanknest.com
** spread thanks - it's free **

No i dont think so unless you are providing some personal information  you can share  permission is required only when it is personal

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