Secrets are relational. They are shaped, kept, opened and dissolved in social contexts. From couples, siblings, parents and children to churches, corporations and governments, secrets shape our relationships through their profound geometry of who knows and who doesn’t know. Dr. Evan Imber-Black, Director of the Families and Health Project at the Ackerman Institute for the Family, highlights why telling half a secret is only half the story. Read the full Huffington Post article “Telling a Secret Is Only Half the Story” here.