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Do you know that happy feeling when someone you like, calls you? And then that happy feeling, broke when he tells you about someone he loves. What a new year to start with. 💔

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i just had an abortion. 6 weeks. i didnt know we were that far along until the technician performed the sonogram. i cried. the pregnancy was making me too sick to work, or eat or drink water. i was vomitting round the clock, even if all the nutrition i allowed myself for the day was apple juice.. i care for both of my sick elderly parents. im the breadwinner. the same is true for my bf.. but on a larger scale..because hes the successful person in the family he's taking care of everyone. it wasnt the right time for us. honestly, dk how to feel.

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  • Don't worry. At >6 weeks, the heart starts beating, so you did not kill a human being.

  • As the other commenter said, if you made the decision it was the right one. I've had one and honestly I rarely think about it now. Some people have tried to make me feel bad about that but its just how life seems to go. You don't think about the sad things every second of every day. I literally hadn't thought about the procedure in months before this confession.

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I don't understand why some want to hold their excretion in their azzyhole, I mean it will rot inside your body and in the long run may endangered you with colon cancer. Let it go, let it become helpful microorganisms.

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I sometimes wonder if im really fit to be a mother.

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  • Just don't expect to be a perfect mother because I dare to say that there's no such thing as a perfect mother. As long as you don't have specific reasons to think you might be not fit to raise a child- for example a really bad mental illness, having a job that takes all your time that you're not willing to ever quit, having extreme anger issues or abusing drugs, ... - then you're good.

  • What is a 'fit mother? Has anyone ever lived up to that standard? I don't know anyone, personally. Do you? If you do, hang out with that person, take excellent notes, and follow the steps to detail. If you're children are beyond advanced, living the dream life they want, and happy, write a book and make it available to the world. We may be able to turn this world around. Other than that, do what you can, and instincts are a gift.

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Whatever she can't take the d**k anyways 😟😂😅

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  • Oops someone just got rejected.

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Therapy don't actually help... They give you a set of process, talk in a word you hella don't understand like you're their research audience.... NO answers, no advice, just education from you to them.... I hate the western world....

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  • For certain people it does but I don't know why I go personally. My problems are too unique and complex. I have found I'm supposed to figure it all on my own it's just too bad I overthink it

  • I think therapy can help, but not everyone and not every therapy is helpful. There are shitty therapists out there, just like in every other profession. There are therapy forms that are shitty and there are issues that are so big and complex that therapy won't help. Some people also go into it with false expectations and then blame the system for failing them just because they weren't magically cured by a psychologist who gave them a step by step order of how to fix your life. It's sad when you tried and failed but it's, sorry to say it like that, a little close minded to make an experience and then automatically assume that it is like that for ALL people.

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Lying to others is something I love to do but at the end of the day, I remember the lie, I cringe, I get mild emotional breakdown, and I get PTSD (no kidding I developed it from that) and then I told myself," I'm not doing it to other people again." But here comes my childhood trauma of trust issues and I lie again. I basically just lied to them again and I have always lied to myself over and over.... If my childhood never happened I wouldn't have an impulse to lie especially when people ask me question (even that question is not even personal). I never wanted to lie but i felt that I needed to lie..

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I'm in love, but can't tell it directly... I'm afraid I might get hurt again.

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  • Dont take the easy route. But dont dive into it too fast, know what im saying? Of course you will get hurt. but imagine it as a hot stove. you grab onto it, youll get burnt. now you know what is good for you and what is not. learn from the pain, and as long its not a phisical lost limb, time will heal all wounds.

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Another close relative of mine is going to lose her house in a matter of a few yrs. This makes me think that we're dumber than other people and makes us white trash. I don't have a job myself since I have depression and my mother over protected me so much that now i'm an adult incapable if dealing with life's difficulties. So if regular people around me are having problems getting their shit together i don't know how i'm going not to be homeless in a few yrs.

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  • Depression is not an excuse. This is coming from someone who suffers from anxiety and depression. There is help out there, and you can live your life despite your illness. Don't give up just because it's hard.

  • First find a way to deal with depression then later take a next step. About your relative, why are they losing their house ?

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There's nothing that breaks my heart as much as getting a present from someone I love that I really don't like. I know it's a bit irrational because as long as I pretend to like it, they aren't hurt; but it still makes me so, so sad. I just randomly remembered that one 3D card I got from my mom 10 (!) years ago which I ended up throwing into the trash because I didn't have any use for it, and I cried out of guilt and sadness. Sometimes, when I go through my stuff and stumble upon something that I didn't threw away but still don't like, I get a mental breakdown too. Christmas is one long guilt trip for me because my mom always gets me so many presents, many of which I don't like, but she's so excited and I hate them and ... oh man, I just wish I knew WHY this fucks me up so much. Because I feel there must be some underlying issue there, it's just not normal.

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  • Extreme guilt like this can be a sign of many mental illnesses. I think you should try to talk to someone about it.

  • I know what you mean. My grandma would get a bunch of presents every year that were just... random things, like things I never expressed an interest in. For example, she bought me Jonas Brothers stationary (???) and a High School Musical bag because she figured since those things were popular, surely I liked them. I didn't lol. But I still have those things laying around my house somewhere because I feel bad getting rid of them. Although now I think it would be a good idea to give them to Goodwill where someone who WILL enjoy them can actually get some use out of them, instead of them just laying around not getting used.

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