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People are sharing the secrets they regret finding out about family members or loved ones.

People are sharing the secrets they regret finding out about family members or loved ones.

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Discovering other people's deep, dark secrets might seem like a good idea. But when it comes to the people closes to us, there is definitely such a thing as TMI. This is why you should never snoop through your parents' emails—trust me.

People on Reddit are sharing the things they regretted finding out about family, friends and loved ones. Here are 22 stories from people who wish they could erase the part of their brain where these haunting revelations are stored:

1.) From DeDe_at_it_again:

My mum was 14 when she met my dad. He was 24.

2.) From Agent_Vincent:

My mother died in a car accident when I was three. I found out from a newspaper article years later that it was her fault. She wasn’t paying attention and crossed the yellow line and ended both her life and that of the person in the other car.

3.) From RxQuine:

Sources: Reddit
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