I Tell You Guys Way Too Much

Will I ever keep things to myself?

Grace Bianco


By Grace K. Bianco

You don’t have to post every little thing. Save some things for yourself.

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How much does that above quote apply to you?

I’ll be honest I never think that way.

If I meet you in person, I will open up within seconds. I am just naturally an open book. I live for a good heart to heart.

If I don’t meet you, you can find out plenty about me from my posts on here. I update. I rant. I share my life constantly.

If you want to know more about my past, you just have to buy my book, “Party Pooper: Growing up with Anxiety.” It is my entire life from four years old to nineteen years old. I call it my published diary.

I will keep your secrets, but I have none of my own to keep.

The only times I won’t blast my life is when someone else is involved. I won’t detail my latest argument (or my sex life) with my husband. I won’t keep you up to date on family drama. I can’t think of much else I wouldn’t talk about.

My view has always been : If I open up, others will feel comfortable to do the same. I want people to feel comfortable talking to me. I love hearing things like, “I don’t tell anyone this.” “I only tell you this, because I tell you everything.”

Everyone needs to be able to open up, and if oversharing my life makes others more comfortable to do so, I don’t plan on ever stopping.

On top of all that, I love talking. I love writing. I feel so much lighter when I don’t hold everything in. It really helps my own mental health too.

I understand that not everyone wants to open up to the world, but if you need just one person to listen to you, I am always around on here and on Instagram.

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What about you? Are you a private person? Or a person that tells “too much”?


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Grace Bianco

I am the author of “Party Pooper: Growing up with Anxiety.” I love oversharing my life. I talk about my faith, marriage, mental health, & everything in between.