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Though I'm two years older than my sister, I sometimes ask her advice on what to do in social situations, and also stuff like "Did anything I say sound rude in the conversation we were just in?". So I'm acting more like a little sister and I think I shouldn't. I asked her if it's a bother that I keep asking her that stuff and she said no, but I still think I should stop doing it. Not knowing if I've been behaving in an acceptable way makes me anxious, though, but in most situations there's no one to ask about it so I think I should get used to the uncertainty.

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  • You don't have to make yourself miserable by not asking her anymore just because of the slight possibility that she might not like it. Just be sure to be there for her when she ever needs you.

  • It's fine. There's no specific way for big sisters or little sisters to ask. You guys are just... sisters. And you should be able to go to each other for help.

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There are many debates going on.... One of the biggest is : is drug addiction a disease? A lot of people have so much sympathy for drug users and say it's a disease when people tell them they knew the consequences when they tried it. These defenders even compare it to diabetes. But the funny thing is they don't have the same sympathy for those of us who suffer from depression and have chosen to not numb our emotions and just feel it all.. While letting the emotions kill us slowly. We're told to get over it or do something to distract us from our pain. And when one of us can't take it anymore and we commit suicide, they are met with such back lash and called selfish .. I mean no sympathy at all.. But someone overdoses and it's "oh poor thing had a disease". Fuck any of you who have sympathy for people who are too pussy to face their demons/emotions and numb them, and rag on poor people who are so overcome with sadness that even getting out of bed is a struggle. Depression is a real thing. If we had more understanding from those around us, it would help. Keep coddling drug abusers and guess what? More people will be doing drugs. I didn't ask to have crippling depression. I force myself to be happy but deep down its just a facade. Y'all hooked on drugs asked for it. You went out of your way to do it. So y'all who defend drug users with your life while shitting on depressed people are useless. Go befriend a drug addict and don't cry when they steal all your shit and sell it for drugs ✌🏼️✌🏼

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  • Addiction is very much a mental disorder, as some people are more prone to it than others and addictive tendencies can even be genetic. I suffer from depression and anxiety, but I also come from a family with addictive tendencies and several people who struggled with drug addiction and alcoholism, and honestly... I don't appreciate your hypocrisy. You make a valid point of saying mental illness should be treated more seriously and compassionately, but then you're shooting down people with a different mental issue and basically saying they deserve what happened to them? You say people should feel bad for those who couldn't handle their pain and committed suicide, but you say 'fuck you' to those who couldn't handle their pain and turned to drugs or alcohol looking for an escape. Suicide is just as much of a choice as doing drugs/drinking. You also don't seem to realize that most drug addicts and alcoholics have underlying mental issues- PTSD, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, etc. Now I know this isn't 100% of the cases. I'm not saying all addicts are good people with bad problems. Sometimes addicts are just shit people who do drugs because they like it. But you need to take a step back and look at how you treat/talk about other people before you complain about how they treat/talk about you.

  • A lot of times it goes hand in hand, i wouldnt drink so much if it werent for my manic depression and suicidal thoughts. Mental illness, as well as tendency to addiction (which is a mental illness most of the time as well), can both be inheritable. Just like diabetes, is the point im trying to make. You are also putting two different kinds of debaters in the same category. folks who have sympathy for drug abusers have sympathy for mental diseases as well most of the time. And vice versa, people who say mental illness isn‘t real also think people who take drugs are doing it because they want to. Of course there are people who take drugs because they are bored or because they want to appear cool, but so do people who are faking mental illness just to get attention. Just like you, probably, because your hypocrisy is blatantly obvious. Both sides deserve help if needed. Saying one or the other doesnt is stupid. Also just befriending someone is not help in any way. But it subtly gives me the vibe that you could use some friends.

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I'm really embarrassed to talk about this but I have to. There are so many things I've done to get attention IRL - tried to change my personality to what I thought would be "cooler" (which only got people to bully me), imitated tropes from cartoons/anime/other media, exaggerated the symptoms of my mental illnesses... Most of these I did when I was a kid/teen, but sometimes I still catch myself thinking if people would find me more interesting if I seemed "stoic", for example (STUPID, right?) or if I could get more sympathy from my family if I seemed more depressed than usual. This is all really selfish.

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  • The best thing you can do, and that actually works, is to embrace your "core" personality. You may end up an eccentric...like me...but people actually seem to think that is cool.

  • This is all pretty common. Especially in teenagers.

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I have no regrets in being an under achiever and having my life to a complete stand still since I left school. No job, no gf, very few friends. I don't feel bad, is that weird?

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  • Thats just another approach of living life minimalistic. did the same, feels great.

  • Not if that's what you want, I guess.

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I cleared out my table. It's nice to have room to put things on...

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When going incognito, you know how there's always a note on how it won't make you invisible online and that whoever set up the network you're in still has access to what you've done? Yeah, I'm worried that my parents are gonna find out about my thousand and one weird-ass kinks. Doesn't help that they're as conservative as can be when it comes to sex.

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  • Honestly they probably aren't smart enough to figure it out. My brother used my dad's phone to watch porn online and left the tab open, and he convinced my dad that someone hacked his Google account and pulled the porn up. My dad believed him, and I didn't rat him out cause I know 13 is about that age where kids start getting curious (I know I did). But honestly even if your parents did find out, they can't really... do anything about it. They'll tell you you're awful and to stop doing it. Maybe take away internet access for a while. But you'll be your own person eventually and then they'll have zero power over you, so honestly, don't worry about it

  • Its been my experience that the more conservative about sex they seem, the kinkier in reality. Chances are your parents are also worried you'll find their deaf amputee scat porn.

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I only like plain cheese when it's grated

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Sometimes I have trouble falling asleep because I'm worried I'll stop breathing. Like I'll forget or something. I try to remember that time my mom told me I can't forget to breathe. My body will do it automatically. But it still worries me. Knowing death is this inevitable thing but we still don't have solid proof what happens next, it freaks me out.

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  • If it helps: I think if you really forgot to breathe, you'd wake up because it feels so awful.

  • Many people have this kind of worry, especially the one who have serious illness. I think it's good if you talk to someone, do some meditation before you sleep.

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Dreams are so complex and absurd that it's almost hard to believe that they come from our own brain. Wouldn't it be wonderful to have access to this side of our imagination while awake?

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  • Your dreams must be a lot better than mine because mine are just things that I could easily think of awake... If you asked me to come up with the most stupid and horrible shit

  • I mean technically that's what lucid dreaming is

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Okay, I've posted about this before but my lazy eye is really getting on my nerves these days. Without glasses, I can't focus my eyes without squinting, but sometimes even the glasses don't keep them straight. And when I don't wear glasses - let's say I'm reading in the sauna, for example - my eyes stay crossed for minutes without me noticing, and when I do notice it's because it hurts. I still can't afford a surgery though. By the way, I think there could be a "frustrated" tag on confesster.

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  • Doesn't reading in a sauna damage the book or device? Anyway that's not important I guess. I'm sorry you have to deal with this :( I hope someday soon you're able to get the surgery so you don't have to worry anymore.

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