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Photo: loreanto (Shutterstock) When you start a new romantic relationship, there are so many exciting things to look forward to: the honeymoon stage , planning your Instagram debut , learning all about each other, and feeling overwhelmed with happiness and possibility. Some of the fun stuff happens outside the relationship, too—telling your friends all about your new boo is great…until it gets tricky. In the midst of your inevitable first lovers’ quarrel, you might start waffling over whether to tell your friends your wonderful new relationship has hit a rough patch. What if they’re unforgiving and never welcome your partner back into the fold post-fight? Worse, what if they suss out that the person isn’t actually that great for you before you’re ready to admit it to yourself? Now you are also facing the prospect of a friendship rift, which can drive you further into that potentially un-great relationship, and away from a solid one with your pals. New data from the dating app Hinge revealed that 84% of Gen Z singles who took part in the survey admit they’re not always totally honest when asking their friends for dating advice, and will even willingly omit important details. Seeking advice from friends always requires walking a fine line—do you really want them to tell you what to do, or do you want them to affirm your own feelings?—but asking for relationship advice can be even more fraught. Here are some things to consider when debating how much to tell […]