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I sometimes just wanna call my boyfriend on the phone and talk for hours. I sometimes wanna just chit chat by text. And sometimes I wanted to tell him how much I miss him. But I never do any of those because I don't want to be a clingy girlfriend. I want to respect his alone time and also put some dignity to my own alone time. But when I'm alone I mostly end up thinking about him. And I always am excited for the weekend because that's the only days we spend quality time together. It's not awful and I really love it. But I never get to tell him how much I miss him during the weekdays and Idk how he'll react when I tell him my feelings during those days. Is it okay to brough that up in a conversation? I told him that I don't like being clingy so.. We've been dating 4 months. But the weirrd part about me, I also don't like to be bothered too much at random times because I also don't like a clingy boyfriend. It's why I'm not trying to be clingy because I know what I "dont" want. But I wanna get what I want by not violating doing the same thing to my partner. I like to be fair.

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  • Dude... you're way over thinking this. Anyone with half a brain would be glad their partner thinks about them. It's okay to text or call him when he's not around as long as you don't do it 24/7... We don't have much time on this earth. Don't waste any chance to show the people you love how important they are to you, and don't waste time putting that energy into people who don't appreciate it.

  • You need to ask him about it though, to find out if it even would bother him. What if you put yourself through all this stress, and in two months he breaks up with you saying "I love you but you never reach out for you so I kinda have the feeling you don't need me"... maybe that's not likely but you get what I'm saying?

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I don't know if i love her or even want to have sex with her. She's married with kids. But she has shown a great interest in me over the last few years. Nothing ever happened because i'm quite insecure and never had a romantic relationship with anyone despite being almost forty. As you can guess i'm a virgin man. Anyway i don't know if i can love her or have sex with her without treating her poorly or using her for sex. I treat people poorly in general btw. And i know she's married but at the same time i wonder if she could be my biggest love of my life if i let it happen. God knows i need a woman in my life, i'm so lonely and sad all the time. The thing is that she has a nice body but i don't want to make cheat on her husband, yet she looks at me with such intensity... I don't know how to handle that. I'm a coward, i'm afraid of everything in life. So says my terapist. I often wonder i'm missing out on someting meaningful by not being able to even have a casual conversation with her.

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  • She's married, try to find someone not in wedding lock, saves you all the troubles.

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I am 19 and I found a 16 year old attractive... Until I found out her age of course

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  • Where I live that's fine? I dated a 19 year old when I was 16, we stayed together until I was 19 myself.

  • It's good that you're law abiding, but this isn't as morally wrong as you make it sound (or maybe I'm misinterpreting what you're sad about?). Attraction doesn't care for age, depending on personal development 16 year olds and 19 year olds can be literally on the same physical and mental level. It's still good that the law exists and you should still not act against it, but as long as you're not attracted to someone BECAUSE they're underage, everything should be fine.

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I don't know if I can ever be in love again. I haven't had real feelings for someone for over two years now... Even though I dated really great guys, I just keep thinking that what I feel for them is not enough to build a relationship on... But I want to be in a relationship so badly, I really miss the feeling of being head over heels in love with someone. I wonder if I will ever be able to feel that way again.

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  • You will. Don't give up hope. And don't stop looking, partners usually don't just fall in your lap

  • 2 years? I mean it's a bummer that you don't find someone, but 2 years is NOTHING. It honestly would be more of a miracle to find your big love after that little time.

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Today marks my one month anniversary with my boyfriend. I am happy beyond words that I have him. But recently I became afraid of something that isn't even a problem... yet. I'm afraid it will be in the future. See, the thing is, I'm 23, and I've been in several relationships at this point in my life. But my boyfriend... he's also 23, and I'm the first girl he's dated. I was his first kiss. This sounds incredibly sweet, and it is, but my fear is that... What if someday he feels like he's missing out by not dating anyone else? What if he just thinks he's so in love with me because I'm his first love, and he doesn't love me like that anymore once he loses the rose colored lenses of the honeymoon phase? I'm suddenly terrified that he's going to want to leave me later on. And I'm going to talk to him about this, because we believe in honesty and open communication. But I'm so scared to approach him about it. And I'm so scared of the future now. I hate my stupid anxiety disorder for making me feel like this.

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  • I totally understand your concerns but you know, no matter if you're his first or 14th, you can never be sure you will always stay in love and together. So don't overthink it and just enjoy the relationship! Love is the best thing on this planet so don't waste it by worrying :) (been there done that haha)

  • I would say this is a very legitimate concern. Still, if he really loves you, he would feel content in this relationship. But the only way you could know what he thinks is by asking him. Communication is the key

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I'm in a great relationship with a girl that I love, but I just can't bring myself to settle down never cheated on her but it's getting to a point I almost "need" to do it. I'm afraid it's starting to chip on the relationship I know I must sound like a piece of shit, but I'm a pretty ok guy... it's one part of me I don't know how to fix

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  • It's common to get cold feet, commitment can be scary. I also firmly believe that monogamy isn't the perfect solution for everyone. But it's on you to make a decision. Do you want to be alone forever? Having short, meaningless relationships here and there? Then go on and follow your urges. Do you really love her and don't want to lose her? Then unfortunately you just have to suck it up. The way life is, you sometimes have to make a choice between two things that seem impossible to choose between, and it's unfair that we have to choose, but there's no way around it. If you really want to, you can.

  • Maybe get some counseling? You shouldn't feel a 'need' to cheat. There must be something lacking in your relationship that's making you feel this way. And if the ONLY problem is that you're not ready to settle down... maybe tell her that? But if that's the case, do you really love her? I've only been in love twice, and both times, I wasn't ready to settle down either. But I wanted to. I knew I'd want to in the future. I know I want to keep this one. That should be enough for you to want to hold on to her. Your other option is, what, fucking around with other people? Why? What do you get out of that besides meaningless sex?

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My dad died 3 months ago. My stepmom, who I'm not close to and was terrible to my dad at the end, still uses his phone with the same number. Everytime she calls or texts me my phone says it's Dad. I don't have it in me to change the contact name to her name. Dad deserves to stay in my contacts. She didn't give him his medicine like she should've, she cheated on him when he was dying of stage 4 cancer. I just wish she would change her number. I don't care if she keeps the phone since she used it the most before Dad got sick. But change the dang number. It hurts to see I got a text from "Dad" when it's not him. It hurts to see his name come up on the screen and ignore it because I don't want to talk to her.

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I feel like I have to keep my feelings to myself. I hear those that I know say, "You can always talk to me". Once I start talking to them those same people decide they don't want to listen; or even worse, make you feel like something is wrong with you for having feelings, by giving harsh advice or opinions that you didn't ask for. Sometimes you just need someone to emphasize or plainly just listen.

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  • In my experience, the people who say "you can always talk to me" are the ones who you should NOT go to to talk. They just want to hear gossip or want to seem like a good person while they're not. At least mostly.

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I Haven't cried in years. years being since i was 12, i'm 25 now. Not really sure whats wrong with me.

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I just confessed my feelings for a guy I like and he hasn't responded..... I guess you can tell that means he's not interested

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