I'm a 32f and last summer I had sex in a park during the day time. we got caught by 2 teenagers who ended up watching us for about 5mins because my fiance didn't want to stop. I felt a bit uncomfortable especially after my fiance took my shirt off and made me completely naked if front of them but at the same time I felt it was kinda fun to have sex in front of someone. I know it was weird but does that make me a bad person?
When someone uses a word I find phonetically funny, it's awkward when I start smiling like an idiot and I have to convince the other person that I'm not laughing at them.
I went to a friends house for a party, one with alcohol and crap. Her 16yr old sister was also there, which I always saw as a sister myself, knowing them for so long. Well my friend let her sister drink, and pretty much everyone got waisted, as usual, except for myself. Well when I took my friends sister to bed while everyone was leaving, the sister begged me to fuck her. I said no and never did, explained to her it'd be better to be sober for something like that on her first time and with someone not 7 years older. Well I sat down to talk to her and she ended up kissing me, and it was a damn good kiss. To this day I regret I didn't fuck the hell out of her.
Having a crush gives such contradictory feelings. On the one hand it makes me feel warm and fuzzy and giddy but on the other hand I'm so embarrassed that I want to throw myself off a cliff. I simultaneously feel overwhelmed and like I can't get enough of it? So weird. I can't decide if I like this. Oh, these things have been sia da million times already. I feel silly but I want to say this nonetheless.
I just had a taxation test yesterday and I knew it just didn't go well as my expectation. I hope the score isn't bad 😕
i dont need therapy but i've always been curious about therapists. when a therapist needs therapy themselves would they just refuse to go to one since they already know and can predict the ins and outs of the session? do they come home with an emotional baggage of their clients? how do they deal with it? do they get emotionally attached to their patients? do they learn how to emotionally shield themselves between them and their clients so they won't risk of crying? do they have the urge to cry in sessions? and yeah i get the whole thing of 'professionalsm' and the idea of barricading work and life but if you look at it at a more personal and human aspect it must've taken a toll to their mental health, its kind of ironic. and to think they go by with this on a daily basis like, im just amazed by them and i dont think we give them enough credit
do i even have a purpose in this fucking world if i have nothing to offer
when you're sad about something, do you just cry yourself harder by breaking out and thinking about multiple of other completely irrelevant sad events/scenarios?? please tell me im not the only one. i feel like a complete drama queen when i do this and i dont know why i do it but its kinda funny
I knew this girl back when I had a girlfriend and really liked her. But I never chose her over my girl for a few reasons. Well years later, after my ex and I separated, I discovered I am in love with that other girl, but her current dude wont allow us to talk. Understandable, because even though he used to be one of my best friends, I'd probably try to steal her away. But I plan on moving out of state soon and I think I'm going to let her know how much I love her just before I bounce. Not to take her away, just to let her know.
I hate when I’m talking to someone and I stumble over a word and they have to interrupt me to repeat it and point out that I stumbled. Like if I’m saying bathroom in the middle of a story and accidentally stutter and say something like brathroom they wanna be all hurhurhur