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Posted by Anon (!) Sep 2005 in 'Suggest a new Forum:' How about a forum where we can tell secrets publicly and bare our soles and release that devil from our head so we don't have the pressure hanging over us.



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Confessional my confession...  

I'm ashamed to admit that I love to wear my girlfriends tights after she has put them in the washing basket.

Do you think this makes me a weirdo?

She doesn't mind, in fact its turns her on...I've never had so much action.

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Confessional Wooo  

whatever floats your boat. Go for it. Sounds funny to me, and laughter is an aphrodisiac! :)

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Confessional On holiday....  

Hello there,

I have tried to post on the 'confessional' forum without success.

Don't know quite what I am doing wrong.

Can someone enlighten me pls?

B.  Mail-me 

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Confessional Replying to Andy.  

Hey Andy, when someone close to you suddenly disappears out of your life it does leave a big hole. You just need some time to adjust to a different life and that life is what you make it. Dont be hard on yourself, mourn your loss but start taking the initiative to change things for the better. The world is out there, grab it with both hands and enjoy it. Life will be beautiful for you again. You will be ok.

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Confessional Losing a relationship, loss of a loved one etc  

I've read ALL the postings in this forum, and I think it's great to have something like this, BUT I think a little bit is missing from quite a lot of the postings.

If you lose someone ( and this may well include your dog or your cat) then you will experience a sense of loss. This is human, and it is completely normal.

So I'm not very comfortable with people that post here saying 'it can't be all that bad,' 'take the initiative,' 'see the positive side.'

I don't know the owners of this site, but I can see from the picture that the intention might be that it may be ENOUGH, just to make the posting, and i think that point is getting missed.

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Confessional re:Confessional WE WANT DIFFERENT THINGS  

saw your post am also 23 and your posting was like looking in a mirror!! i also want children and have been in a serious relationship for 5 yrs. my partner has 3 children from previous my advice for you is if you are not happy get out of the situation ive begged my partner to have kids for the last four years but here iam still childless so ive told my partnerif we cant come to some arrangement then its over. its hard but................. you got to consider yourself ive gave him endless deadlines etc and still no children hope you make he right choice!


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Confessional thanks  

Thanks you guys. This really helps. I have started meeting new people and doing things that are fun and interesting. I have not met anyone special but it does help as you are learning things and making good friends.

I am looking at life in a more positive light or at least I am trying to...

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Confessional Relying to Lonely and Depressed  

I was in the same situation a couple of years ago. I've learnt that you mustn't concentrate on the whole picture. Take small steps. Maybe start a new hobby and post a message on the New Friends section asking if there's anybody out there who wants to try this new hobby as well ... But most of all don't concentrate on meeting a new partner. See it as an adventure. Just to see what happens. You may make new friends, you may not - the point is you will have made a step to get out there and see what's on offer. That in itself may make you feel better about yourself. For me, after a couple of years trying to meet new people I have to admit I'm still not in a relationship. However, I feel a lot better about myself because I've got out there and had a go at meeting new people and I've made a few friends. I won't pretend, it's hard! But making the effort may or may not get you exactly what you want straight away - but will help you feel more positive ... and who knows where that'll lead??

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Confessional ..also replying to lonely and depressed  

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I'm in the process of trying to meet new people right now, and it's just so hard when I'm this tired and depressed all the time. Nothing I do or think about really makes it any better. There must be more to life than this, and if this is it, what the hell is the point? I'm seriously considering my future at the moment. I was miserable and lonely before I met my girlfriend, and she's left me in exactly the same state, just with the knowledge of a huge new hole in my life which she'd filled. Don't know what to do.

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Confessional ..also replying to lonely and depressed  

Hey there

I'm in exactly the same situation as you, although I'd only been with my girlfriend from just before Christmas. She meant a huge, huge amount to me though, and I felt like I'd finally met somebody I could communicate with and felt like I was actually worth a damn. Like you, I'm a very shy person, and this has completely wiped me out, emotionally, physically and mentally. It just feels like I'm working, sleeping, eating and washing up all the time, nothing else seems to factor in there. I don't have any close friends, and the people I do speak to from time to time are rapidly getting tired of me because of how low and draining I am to be around. I just can't seem to snap out of it. It's not a pleasant place to be, to have had something so blissful and to then have nothing at all. It hurts like nothing I've ever, ever felt, and I don't think it's something I'll ever really get over.

I'm in the process of trying to meet new people right now, and it's just so hard

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Confessional ..replying to lonely and depressed  

break ups are never easy and can take a long time to get over.. it`s always made so much harder because as we get older it`s difficult to meet people and start a relationship..
anyways - i hope writing about has helped and if a beer would help then give us a shout.. you`ll be surprised how many of us are in the same boat.. take it easy..

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Confessional lonely and depressed  

I have never talked about this so it might help to write about it...

I am 29 and had been in a serious relationship for about 6 years. We were even engaged to be married. That ended about 2 years back and since then I have not been able to meet any other girl. My ex-gf and I had met in the university where it is easier to meet and get close to people and know them in a deeper way.

However, it just seems so incredible difficult to meet people in the real worls, even in a huge city like London. Of course, it does not help that I am a little shy. I do not think I am a bad person or ugly looking. However, I just have no confidence anymore.

I have been a bit depressed lately because of this. I need a strategy to actually meet people but do not know where to start. I hope I do not end alone with a cat............


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Confessional IN RESPONSE TO "GUILTY AS HELL"  

I think the best policy is honesty. It is inevitable that you will meet this person considering that you live in very close proximity. People with mental health problems often encounter prejudice and fear and suffer from the stigma which society imposes upon them. They can be often socially excluded and mis-understood due to behaviours which can be exhibited. It is quite common for such individuals to be "fobbed off" and deceived as it is more convenient and perceived as safer than conveying what is really happening. I can empathise with you because you and your housemates endured a frightening ordeal. In addition, maybe this person would appreciate being told exactly how you all felt in a clear and succint manner, which might help them reflect upon their behaviour. They might also benefit from liaising with mental health organisations such as Mind, Rethink, etc and their Community Psychiatric Nurse and Community Responsible Medical Officer if they have such people allocated, in order

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Confessional Had to tell someone...  

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Confessional to we want different things  

Hello,
just read your post - a good friend of mine was in the same situation and hung on for years, thinking the guy might change his mind. Eventually she saw sense and they went through quite a heartbreaking break-up. She then found another guy a year or so later and is now v happy and heavily pregnant! Four kids is quite enough to get on with, so I can see his point of view and he clearly wants you not to be disappointed. It must be a very hard decision to make but it sounds like you've already made it. Good luck!

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Confessional WE WANT DIFFERENT THINGS  

Any advice? Im only 23 (but times going quickly!), and am in a serious relatioship with a guy (28). It's only been a year, but he's already tole me he doesnt want children, as he has 4 with two different woman, and doesnt get to see them. I understand how hard that must be, but I don't want to be blamed for their behaviour. I'm not sure whether I should wait this out, discuss it with him, or make a break - I don't want to get to an age where I have to have children with just anyone, because I stayed for too long with someone I love, but who doesnt share my same vision?? He says it all the time and it's starting to get to me. Any advice??

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Confessional Reply to we want different things  

You dont sound as if you are really into this relationship anymore. YOu need to seriously think about where this is going and if you are prepared to sacrifice having children for this man. Personally, I dont think your heart is in it anymore. I'm 39 years old and went through a similar thing. Not only am I childless still but I am once again single. I have major regrets so think carefull please. You're young and have a good future ahead of you so is all this really worth it ???? Good luck

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Confessional Why is it so hard to find a relationship?  

I'm just responding to the guy who is finding this hard and has lost some faith in his friends. It can be hard to find like minded people for friends or relationships but you find there are a lot of people in the same boat. I am currently single and would love to meet Mr right and settle down and have children. I will have to see how things go but I will be 35 soon with no hint of a man. I am trying things in order to get what I want such as looking for new friends (male or female) online, scouring newspapers etc. I am feeling quite determined at the moment to get the end result that I want - in doing so I need to make myself more sociable and get out more. I think you just need to explore any possible avenues and not give up, though conversely people say you find when you are not looking. All I can say is good luck and I hope you find what you are looking for. You sound nice so hopefully you won't have to wait too long to find Miss Right...

pam

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Confessional to the one  

Come on, life is not that bad! Well yes, difficult at times, but there is always something great to look forward to! Even simple everyday things count! Chocolate? Sunshine? Summer? Bubbly bath? You name it!!!

Just keep your faith and be positive (yes, again!)

And go to Move Earth too

Take care
L x





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Confessional why is it so,  

hard to find a relationship?!!
& i have lost faith with my friends!
I'm a good looking young man with a great sence of fun & get up & go..
i run a very successfull home improvement's business!

Love to learn different stuff.. travel..
I'm a great Animal lover..
I would help anyone if i could, i'm starting to feel pretty sad that i'm not relating very well with people at the moment..
I'm starting to get really fed with this situation!

Any idea's


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Confessional To the lady who wants to be a mother.  

Hi. What you said really rang true with me. I had several serious relationships in my 20's, and was presented with opportunities to settle down and have children. I thought I was too young then, and seemed to just let the years roll by....... I now find i'm a thirty-something lady who has a career, but cannot meet "Mr.Right" for love nor money!!! It's suddenly dawned on me that i'm now racing against the clock to find my soulmate, get married and have children (which I now find myself craving). I did fall for a guy I met last year. For me it was the real thing. Turned out he was frightened of any form of commitment, and very muddled about what he wanted (at least that's what he claimed!) He constantly messed me around and broke my heart.
I have tried the online personals. Met a couple of guys that I didn't really gel with. Guess i'll have to keep going. I'm not desperate (despite how this msg sounds), and believe in love, so have to hope luck and fate are on my side.

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Confessional Hi  

to the person who has his uncles girlfriend chasing after him you have to assess the situation and choose your uncles friendship and your family's respect or this girl? which is more important to you?
I hope you make the right decision

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Confessional Hi  

to the person who was falling around with the girl you obviously had strong feeling for this girl so tell her how stong they are then walk away you'll have gotten it of your chest then

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Confessional Hi  

to the person who cant get over his girlfriend dont worry it takes time you've just got to pick yourself up get another job and try again

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Confessional hi  

to the woman who wants to be a mother don't be afraid to e-mail these people you never know it could end up in serious relationship with someone. If you don't try it wont happen

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Confessional cant get over girlfriend :(  

hi all..

my girlfriend left me just over two weeks ago, the day after i left my job to go freelance. it has basically annihalated me, and i can't work out how to move forward with my life and stop thinking about her. before we met, i was an empty space - i'd grown up thinking that i was completely alone in the world, that it was pointless trying to make friends or involve myself in conversation because anything i said or did would make me look stupid. of course, this just made people think i wanted to be alone and separate myself from everyone.

when she told me how she felt about me (she made all the moves, obviously) it was like being completely reborn. i felt like i no longer had to go through life alone, that someone, maybe even more than one person, might possibly give a damn about my life and my emotions. it was the only happy period in my life. my self-perception changed completely. but now she wants to be alone, and i'm now alone as well, and wondering whether i wa

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Confessional  

Don't worry about it. It's only been 2 weeks and as they say time's a great healer. Speaking from experience trust me. Just get on with it, take the positives out of the relationship you had and move on with life. Good Luck!

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Confessional Im losing it :(  

Thought writing this might help me out as I'm currently experiencing a time of my life which i hope i can seriously forget soon. Towards the end of 2005 I starting fooling around with a girl from work, she already had a boyfriend but it was her who was chacing me and i thought i'd just go along with it and see what happens. 2months down the line and i had fallen for this girl in a serious way. She was everything i could ask for, when i asked her to make a desicion as to what we were doing she said we should just be friends. Deep down i knew this would probably happen but at the time i thought got to give it a shot. 4months later and i'm still a mess. I have to see her everyday as we work together and its killing me almost quite literally some nights. i've starting thinking that the only way to get over her is to leave my work but I have so many friends there and I only just got promoted to a new position I dont want to leave but this is ruining my life what can i do? i'm starting to re

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Confessional To " Im losing it :( "  

Urm. That was weird. I went through the exact same, and basically still am going through it. I still think about this girl every day (that had the boyfriend, did the chasing, did the dirty on him, then went back to him after a couple of months), and was wondering how the hell you get out of it? I've seen a couple of people since, but they're nothing to compare. Tragic? Yes. Hopeless? I hope not...

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Confessional I want to be a mother  

I've turned 40, & still haven't found a man that I can really trust (all the horrors seem to gravitate to me), so I'm seriously considering using a donor, even if it means me being a single parent. I'm a responsible, hard-working person, with a good sense of humour, so I'm shocked & embarrassed to find myself in this position.

In my twenties, I'd never have considered doing such a thing - I assumed I'd meet the right person, get married & have at least 2 children by now, yet here I am suddenly at this age, having failed on all 3 levels. I've joined some online dating services & do get some replies to my ads, but then I can't work up the courage to reply. I don't know why - I'm normally so confident, & yet I can't do this, & find any excuse in the book not to send the e-mail. I don't feel it's too late to meet the right person, but if I keep on going the way I am, it will be. Then I'll end up as the old woman that sits at her window watching the world go by with a cat on my lap.

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