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Confessional Flattering but fruitless...  

OK, I think I have one of the top three male fantasies to report...um, confess. Apologies for keeping this vague but I feel I have to protect all involved.

I recently went away on an activities holiday with my uncle, his girlfriend and a few other friends. We all went away for two weeks and to cut a long story short, my uncle's hot girlfriend propositioned me and came on to me in a huge way. Fortunatley I didn't succumb to her midnight visits to my hotel room and attempts to catch me alone as it would've been totally wrong on several levels.

The problem is, I can't stop thinking about her and it's not helped by the fact she's now phoning me on my mobile and sending me pictures of herself in varying states of undress.

This is such dangerous territory. She's hot and I'm recently single - so the deck isn't stacked in my favour. Sounds like I'm setting the scene for an indiscretion - which I'm not - but this is just turning crazy.

Obviously I can't tell

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Confessional Antoinette - cont  

Teenage blues are quite normal - a lot of my friends had it. I used to listen to music and feel miserable in my room on my own! I also used to ask myself what I now realise are philasophical questions - what is life about etc. However it is all mind forming for later years - I certainly spent a lot of time at university discussing the meaning of life over a pint of beer!
However if you do feel worse than that I would strongly recommend you talk to your parents or someone. Is there a school counsellor or an adult you can trust?
I hope that helps. Teenage years are funny times - but I think at your age you will meet some great people soon who will be your best buddies for a long time!

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Confessional For Antointte  

I shy when I was younger but one of the things I noticed was that people quite like talking about themselves. Try asking potential new friends what they watched on telly last night or to tell you what their top 5 songs are at the moment. Before you know it you will be in a conversation! I still use the top 5 songs now when I feel a bit shy/ at odds.
It is hard to talk when everyone appears to be in a gang - but talk to a couple of people one-on-one and then you might feel more comfortable hanging out with a new group.


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Confessional help  

hulloooo....im very much like in Tierra's situatiton and i also feel very stuck.You see people that are my friends have drastically changed and due to this i cant talk to them with the same confidence i used to.They have become so fake and wrapped up in their own things sometimes i think they have 4gotton about me and think im straight up bawrrinn beoz i dnt talk to new people and am very reserved.Please can you give me anytips on how i could become more confident and try to make new friendss...needd sum helppp pleaese.Plus can you tell me the signs of teenage depression as i think i might be suffering from that.Help appreciates.Antoinette age 16

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Confessional Williwonker  

You are the only person who can make the change.It comes from within.
Get rid of all the negative people in your life.Don't on any account take second best.
Don't on any account think you are less worthy than anyone else on the planet.
You are wonderfull.
Look in the mirror and smile.
Good luck

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Confessional nikki  

I have the same trouble as a bloke and its destroying my life. I used to be full of confidence and witty but i have suffered ten years of chronic depression and its put me in a state where my self esteem is so low i've lost all my personality and confidence to talk to woman and "pull". I know that if i did go out with someone attractive that i liked my self esteem would rocket but its the ultimate catch 22. I think harmful thoughts about myself and really wish my life could change.

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Confessional Confessional: I really fancy him  

I need to put this down, it's driving me nuts! I've fancied a guy I work with for about a year - he's so lovely, funny, seems to like me (I'm sure he's played footsie with me on more than one occasion, but that could be my romantic mind playing tricks on me). I find it difficult not to blush stupidly around him and I've tried so hard to win him over (everything from short skirts to trying to actually work!), and he's still nice, but nothing more, I think. He's got a girlfriend he's completely doo-lally about though, and I have a boyfriend I'm crazy about. Shame - just a case of wrong place and time.

There, I said it.

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Confessional dont mind your friends  

People always claim not to have done ANY work for exams, even though secretly they'll have worked just as hard as you. It makes them seem cool, and if they do badly, they can then say "Oh well, I didn't study anyway." Trust me on this one - I've done a lot of exams over the years! If you're in the top set and you've put in the work, you'll do well! and if not, there's always a next time. Don't fret too much, what's done now is done, and next time you hear your friends saying they got sooo drunk at the weekend and didn't do a tap of work, just smile to yourself and carry on exactly as you are! Best of luck.

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Confessional predicted gradessssss!!!!!!  

Omiod1 Im soo scared to seee what predicted grades im going to get.I feel i couldve done better but all my friends are cleverer than me even though im in the top set for everything.Im going to find soo hard beause its soo humilating.My friends either go clubbing or out during the weekend while i swot up.They're uslually the ones who are cleverer.

Help will be appreciated



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Confessional For Tierra  

I too felt that at 14/15 Tierra. I remember being in the locker room all lunchbreak on my own with no friends and people in my year picking on me.
I am now 30 and although the experience was horrible at the time it has helped me find wonderful friends later on. It has made me sensitive to how others might feel. Like everyone else who has posted advice I am afraid I am going to say concentrate on your GCSEs. Get good results and you will have an escape card to better friends soon. After my most miserable year at school I found a wonderful bunch of friends and I was so much cooler than the people who had picked on me - and they knew it!! So, it will happen to you too.

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Confessional re: why go to Iraq?  

Although I realise that it is difficult for some people to understand why others would do something so dangourous for the good of others, I must point out that the reason people go to Iraq, is to help the iraqi people whos lives and towns have been torn apart by our country (and others).
It really brings these storys close to home when we have a member of Harrow Baptist Church, Norman Kember being held as a hostage in Iraq. It could be anyone. It could even be someone that you know. Do you know anyone who is selfless enough to sacrifice everything in the hope of making just one persons life happier? I know that I am not that person, therefore we should be applauding those who are, not belittling them.
The comments left by others on this page are exactly what the kidnappers want. they are causing discontent in our country and causing some people to turn against those being held hostage. Whose side are we on? Think about it.

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Confessional Confession for Tierra  

Hi Tierra

Sorry to hear that you're feeling bad. But you must remember that you're not alone. Many people have been bullied at school and come out the other end only to find themselves stronger and often doing much better than the bullies ever do! After your GCSE's people tend to become a lot nicer too so just get yourself through those and you'll do fine.

If you're feeling low though it is worth perhaps talking to a parent or going to see your doctor. You'll be amazed at how talking to someone can really help. Most people go through something like this in their early life so it is completely normal. One thing that might also help would be to take up a new activity outside of school like a drama or singing class. It'll help you to feel more confident, you'll make new friends and enjoy yourself.

Hope this all helps you through this difficult time but rest assured nothing lasts forever! It'll work itself out very soon.

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Confessional For Tierra  

If someone's making fun of you the worst thing you can do is let it get to you. If they see you getting upset they'll get a real kick out of it. It's very difficult to ignore them but try it. think about how sad they really are having to upset other people and how weak they are because they only do this to cover up their own insecurities. Concentrate on your gcses and think about what you can do in the future (while they'll be left behind). You sound like you're clever so think about how different it'll be once you're out of there and you go to Uni or college, and you'll meet lots of like-minded people there.

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Confessional help me please  

i feel like complete crap.i feel so empty some tmes i have nearly lost my courage to talk.I ant sleep and im just depressed straight.At school, people have been making fun out of me and im a very sensitive child. i do have friends but now i think they have started to move on and have had found new friends. i feel quite isolated and feel as if im gonna burst into tears every now and then .Im 15 and also have myG CSe's comming up.People think i should be more stronger but i cant when poeple keep bringng up stuff to make fun out of me for. Helpppppp

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Confessional Floozy  

Thanks for the advice Adam.. i went for it and replied to his email. Its all sorted now and although he was a bit upset he was more concerned about the leg he broke on holiday - talk about kick a man when he is down!! i'm now a floozy and a bitch! Who said being single was fun??!?!

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Confessional re Im in love with my friend  

I would be careful about telling your friend if I was you. I was friends with a man I met at university for about 5 years. We always had lots to talk about and enjoyed each others company. However, last year he opened up about how he was in love with me and didn't want to just be friends. It killed the friendship. I could not shake the feeling that he had only been my friend because he hoped we would end up having a sexual relationship. I couldn't feel comfortable in his company anymore and I had to end the friendship.
Tread carefully and be respectful.

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Confessional hey floozy  

do the guy a favour and tell him....I bet he is fit to burst.... get it over and done with.,,, he wont be happy but he will get over it

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Confessional Im in love with my friend  

I've got this femaile friend who I think I'm in love with. I met her through work a few years ago and we've been on and off drinking buddies since then. She's very attractive, is very vivacious and great fun to be around. She definitely knows that I fancy her, but I'm pretty sure she doesn't fancy me. I'm also pretty sure that she has quite a lot of male friends who are attracted to her just like I am and who are equally frustrated. The question is, do I confess my feelings to this girl, carry on as usual (even though it's driving me insane!) or stop meeting up with her and avoid any contact?

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Confessional Agree, why go to Iraq?  

I absolutely agree with the comment below about Iraq. It's similar to the comment I made about people going on thrill-seeking "aid work" holidays for a week to have something to tell everyone about at parties. Maybe I'm wrong, but a lot of people seem to think that just because they can speak another language besides English (or even if they can't) that this qualifies them to head off to whatever country happens to be hitting the headlines at the moment to "build bridges" or "work for peace" (whatever the hell that very vague phrase means). When they inevitably get kidnapped by people who are desperate to have their side heard, they end up costing everyone a lot of money and putting lives apart from their own at risk. I do not include experienced journalists and aid workers in this.

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Confessional Im a floozy...  

I feel awful beacuse after a horrible break up with a long term boyfriend I had a small fling with a guy at work..and by fling I mean a couple of dates and a few kisses. He went on holiday over Christmas and I met someone else that I really like. I've been ignoring work guys calls but he has just emailed me to ask what is wrong with me... should i tell him i just want to be friends via email or should i wait until he gets back (but i will see him at work before I can see him on my own to explain to him...) Help!

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Confessional Reply to Tara 2  

It's not really surprising you feel that everyone around you is doing really well - we get bombarded with images of beautiful and successful people by the media, never mind a multitude of options that make it impossible to decide on one without feeling you're missing out on everything else or you're not part of it or you're not beautiful enough or all of these. I'm sure you've deserved your presents though and hope you find something in the pool that interests you and makes you see things in a different light again.

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Confessional  

nicky

youare a brave girl to even air your distress. I think you would find it even more distreesing if you knew just how many people are walkiing about in very responsible jobs feeling like stinking piles of rubbish with the self esteem of the dead. we live in an unkind and opportunistic world where freinds r hard to come by. my advice to you is to go and get non medcine help, by that i mean ask ur doc for some available therapy. got 2 try loads b4 u find somthin u like. it my even be exercise or voulnteering.


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Confessional Lonely  

I'm so lonely. My friends are crap. Ive never been in a relationship. It was never so bad when I was a)younger b) didn't think so much. Ignorance was bliss. Having found my softer sensitive side (saw a counsellor for 6 short-lived revelatory sessions) my open mind is making trouble. I think but have no positive solutions. Nearing 30 - never had a boyfriend. Im attractive, smart + witty. Big + self-consious - a social faux pas. Perhaps this stems from childhood where i was taught to only care about what others thought. Not to assert myself or be independent. Underneath a self-confident, easygoing, accomodating exterior is a control freak who'd rather salvage my pride than show signs of being the reject. The slightest whiff of rejection - when my 'friends' don't reply to my invites, when men arent interested, when ive failed in something, I pretend 'im not bovverred' that its inconsequential or that the outcome was my decision.

Anyone else feel like this? Any pearls of wisdom?


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Confessional Reply to Tara  

I have been going thru very similar things for a while now. Its really tough and painful and hard to have faith that it will ever get better, but it will. You have to hold onto that thought. It's a sad truth but we are all on our own in the end and somehow have to take control of our own lives and keep it all together. Its hard work and sometimes you want to give up but you can do it. You are a worthwhile person and someone loved you enough to give you those presents so you obviously did deserve them. You didnt always feel this way and soon you wont again. I just read a book called the battersea park road to enlightenment by isabel losada. sounds trite but its actually very funny and quite inspiring - full of ideas of different therapies and courses to try and also makes you realise you are definitely not alone. Mail me if you like and i will send it to you.  Mail-me 

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Confessional BRITISH KIDKNAPPED IN IRAQ.  

I am sick and tired of seeing British people being kidknapped in Iraq. It was dreadful what happened to Mr Bigley and others and I wouldn't wish it on anyone but please, WHY GO TO IRAQ ANWAY if you are not a squaddie ?? Everyone knows you are in danger if you go there and if kidknapped you will probably get your head chopped off. If people want to do some good dont risk getting kidknapped there are plenty of homeless people in this counrty who need your help.

I'LL SAY IT AGAIN, DO NOT GO TO IRAQ.

Thank you

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Confessional PEOPLE USING MOBILES ON TRAINS/BUSES  

OKAY, OKAY, I can finally get it off my chest. Why o' why do some people talk loudly to their partners/friends about personal issues on their mobiles on trains?. Are they not as embarressed as I am ? Do they think that the rest of us want to hear personal details of their life ? It has got to the point where if it happens to me again in the next month I can honestly see a phone flying out of the window. RAAAAAGGGHHH, it annoys me so much.

Your comments please.

BB

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Confessional help  

For quite some time i am feeling quite isolated.My confidence has plummeted right down and i hardly ever talk.I need some advice that'll prepare me to be a more confident , lively happy peson which will then enable me to make new friends when i go to college.Please help!!!!!!I also feel very depressed and i underestimate myslelf.Everybody around me seems 2 be better than me at school and i feel that i dont; deserve the presents i got at Xmas.Please please help me feel more happy.

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Confessional help  

For quite some time i am feeling quite isolated.My confidence has plummeted right down and i hardly ever talk.I need some advice that'll prepare me to be a more confident , lively happy peson which will then enable me to make new friends when i go to college.Please help!!!!!!I also feel very depressed and i underestimate myslelf.Everybody around me seems 2 be better than me at school and i feel that i dont; deserve the presents i got at Xmas.Please please help me feel more happy.

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Confessional trendy aid work  

I'm fed up hearing about people who go out to developing countries or disaster scenes to "help" or "counsel" the victims. They stay for a couple of weeks, get loads of photos of their "experience" and tell everyone about it when they get back, maybe appear in a local paper like a hero/heroine. Get a life. Leave the aid work to the unsung heroes who are prepared to make a genuine commitment to it. It would have been far more helpful if you'd donated the money to those who really know how to use it instead of spending it on airfare for your thrillseeking voyeuristic holiday.

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