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17 people share the secrets they regret finding out about a family member.

17 people share the secrets they regret finding out about a family member.

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When it comes to family members, the urge to snoop can often backfire. Because learning too much information about your next-of-kin can be a real buzzkill, especially at the next family reunion. These stories will serve as a reminder that sometimes ignorance really is bliss.

Someone asked Reddit: "What's something you know about a family member that you wish you didn't?" These 16 people share the secrets they wish they hadn't found out about their relatives:

1.) From RatSalad_918:

Mom has a boyfriend in another state. Dad knows, my brother knows. Mom doesn't know we know.

2.) From Olivecats4lyfe:

After my dad died his secret mistress released a bunch of erotic essays he had written. Enough to fill a book.

3.) From beach_bum77:

I had a great Aunt tell me she was dying of cancer, but not to say anything to the rest of the family.

I was the only one close to her.

She had refused all treatment, was 90+ and had decided enough was enough. She didn't want the family trying to talk her into treatment.

Died 8 months later on her terms.

Sources: Reddit
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