Keep this to yourself

keep (something) to (oneself)

To not share some thought, idea, opinion, or piece of information with anyone else. I think it's best that we keep this to ourselves until we can determine what impact it will have. I don't want your advice, so if you have any suggestions, just keep them to yourself!
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Keep this to yourself.

a phrase introducing something that is meant to be a secret. Andy: Keep this to yourself, but I'm going to Bora Bora on my vacation. Henry: Sounds great. Can I go too? John: Keep this to yourself. Mary and I are breaking up. Sue: I won't tell a soul.
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You shouldn't have to keep this to yourself - what happened is awful and not your fault, but it seems you're blaming yourself.
Whilst you may want to do the right thing by them, and keep this to yourself, you may feel torn, especially if you feel that their welfare would be better served by being more open.
For Heaven's sake keep this to yourself, as the discovery of it may prove fatal to us, our numbers, sorry am I to say, being less than I had any conception of: but necessity, dire necessity, will, nay must, justify an attempt.