A confession is a statement made by a person or a group of people acknowledging some personal fact that the person (or the group) would prefer to keep hidden. The term is generally associated with an admission of a moral or legal wrong. A legal confession is an admission of some wrongdoing that has legal consequence, while a confession in religion is usually more akin to a ritual by which the person acknowledges thoughts or actions considered sinful or morally wrong within the confines of the confessor's religion. Socially, however, the term may refer to admissions that are neither legally nor religiously significant. (Source: )

Approval Rules

Every confession you write is transferred to administration section where it is waiting for a review by the administration team. If confession is up to standards and does not contain any of the forbidden elements from our approval standards, it will be approved and displayed on the website.

Quality Standards

We are aiming for honesty, sincerity, emotions and meaningfulness in every single confession. We believe it is the only way to get more perspective on your confession and yourself.

Approval Standards

If you want your confession to get approved, rules have to be followed. Some of the reasons for not approving your confessions can be related to the fact that it contains:

  • Hate speech, insult or negative context towards any nation, religion, social groups, etc.
  • Insults of any kind,
  • Explicit profanity of any kind,
  • Confessions to any form of crime,
  • Statements that contain morbidity and could lead to disturbance of the public,
  • Interrogative sentences,
  • Link, emails and ads of any kind,
  • Your name or names of the people that are related to the confession,
  • Advices for any reason,
  • Duplicate confession.

Also we would like you to keep an eye on your grammar and spelling, and please DO NOT USE CAPITAL LETTERS.

Final Thought

You can choose to write true or fictional confessions, but at the end, if it gets published, people are going to say the final word on it, and that will always be the truth.