Sometimes. Depends on who it is at the time and how I feel about them right then. I mentioned it to a supervisor I had once in the course of a conversation and he mentioned it to the owner of the next place I worked for - he was my supervisor there too and talked a lot with the new boss. He then asked me about it later and I said it was something I did when I was young and silly. I was a bit embarrassed having been found out, but it was all okay. It was no problem to him, but I thought he had a new respect for me because I went down unconventional paths in life. He saw that type of thing as a positive, especially if you learn and walk from it as you need to. Having said it, it was okay with him, but I don't talk about it much at all. People can be quite judgemental and I'm not really interested in some of the games they like to play once they know something about your past. I got to agree it is a risky thing to get into at work. You never know what their reactions are going to be when the cats out of the bag and it's too late then. I guess it is usually easier to tell a stranger, because your involvement with them is limited.