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the first time i confessed here was 2014 and it was all about my first love. now i'm here confessing that i'm still inlove with my first love...

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  • One day, you will move on.

  • I know this feeling all too well.

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am I the only one who has realised that as a women, you really don't need to shave your legs every couple days. totally unnecessary because just walking in public, unless you have really thick, dark hair. no one can see it. YOU are the only one worrying about it or focusing on your legs. I would say the only time it would be more noticeable is when being intimate with a guy, but even then, most guys don't fucking notice or they don't care. so stop being so self conscious about your leg hair all the time. the only person who notices you missed a spot or forgot to shave is you.

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  • I never shave during the winter since no one is going to see any hair when I'm wearing long sleeved shirts and jeans. Once it's warm enough for shorts, I shave my legs. If I do see that I missed hairs, it's more of an annoyance because I'm a bit of a perfectionist. It's weird though because while my leg hair is real dark and noticeable when unshaved, for some reason there's absolutely no hair on the inside of my calves, so I don't know what the deal is.

  • as someone who is very hairy... I'm envious of you if you're able to go anywhere without removing hair from half your body.

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Free speech is burning in the flames of a misguided humanism...

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  • what does this mean. not a native english speaker.

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I'm trying to get good enough so i can work trough my sport, but i injured myself in a really silly way and now i will need surgery that will put me out of training for at least 4 months. i don't know what to do with my life in these months, without my sport i want to die, i can't lose 4 months but i'm also so sad and not motivated to do anything if it's not related to training at least

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  • There was another post just like yours years ago. They went on and on about how their life was over, and we assumed it had to do with a college scholarship or something. No. It was fucking snowmobile-motocross. A fucking “sport” that maybe thirty people in the world have ever heard of and nobody but this dumbass gives a shit about. Long story short: your life isn’t over. It never was your life. You only did it because you’re young and somebody else pays for you so you can go to school and play sports for fun. Just do something else. You’ll be stuck in a fifty hour a week career soon enough and the only football you’ll ever have again is watching it in TV at the bar like everyone else.

  • A friend of mine wanted to become a professional football player, he then got fouled during a game and had an injury so bad that he will never be able to play again. That destroyed him. But he got up again and now is a trainer. He's been in this business for just 2 years and already has a chance to be co trainer in a big football club. He loves his job and is awesome at it, even though he still wishes to play, but he sees it as some kind of sign that he's just not supposed to play, but to teach. Which, honestly, he's way better at anyways. If something similar happens to you, you don't have to become a trainer or suddenly believe in faith and signs from the universe, but try to see it as an opportunity to try something else. Grieve, but keep going. Good luck

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There's another 1 days more, I'm going back to College. A new semester. But I have no money. Not a single penny. I can't even afford myself to eat. I'm starving. I wonder what will happen to me. Just what, gonna happen to future itself. This is so hurts

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  • Use your loans to buy food like everyone else

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My fiance had a job interview Wednesday and I really hope he gets it. He's been without a job for 8 months. He's been applying everywhere and trying to get a job but hasn't had much luck. I've been handling the bills and grocery shopping, and we're skimming by, but it's tough. His parents had to pay his car payment and he's going to start paying them back once he can. If he gets this job and takes his car insurance off my back, I'll be happy. I can handle everything else, but I need more wiggle room for groceries and my credit card payment.

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I'm in the process of changing my name. only friends/online people know at this point. No family. No one at work. At work... we have a new hire. His name is the name I am changing to. I'm so used to hearing friends call me that, that when someone calls him, I have to stop myself from answering.

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  • Haven’t told work or family? I’d saying you’re half-assing it but this is way less than half. If you’re going to have a goal please work towards it or move on. In the time it took me to write this reply you could have notified everyone with a group text

  • Why tell noone tho?

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Too many people are together and they're not in love. Too many people are in love and they're not together.

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  • I honestly don't know anyone who stayed together for long after discovering they're not in love (anymore)

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I believe that love is to a huge part based on effort. I think the idea of this true, pure, unconditional one-time love is made up, a beautiful lie forced on us by movies and books. Or that it at least can't exist for everyone, and that those who have it just had extreme, lottery-winning like luck. Unconditional love is reserved for parents and kids. Mothers will always love their child, no matter if they don't see it for years, no matter if it cheats or lies or commits a crime or changes character. Which isn't true for partners. If your partner changes, does something drastic, you eventually stop loving them (at least for the most part, some feelings stay, but you reach the point of not wanting them anymore). I think what keeps relationships together isn't unconditional love, it's effort. It's trying to make it work, compromising, not leaving immediately when you feel like leaving. Long distance relationships don't stay together because love knows no distance, it's because the partners put in enough effort to withstand the urge to have their cravings fullfilled on the spot. I like to believe in effort because it would mean that we can control our happiness ourselves. For most people, the idea of true love might be wonderful, but for me, it just means that you can be unlucky and never find it. Or lose it, and not be blessed with a replacement. I'd rather believe that I can make it work myself.

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  • I used to think like you.

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Do you know that feeling of threat, when you just don't feel good, are nervous, can't enjoy anything - for example because you have an exam the next day or sitting in an airplane that's about to take off? I have that every other day, just without a reason. Maybe there is a reason, but I don't know it. My unconscious self is just like "feel threatened" but doesn't tell me what the threat is. It's horrible. I have that right now. It's a beautiful, normal day, I'm doing things I should enjoy, but I still feel as nervous as if someone held a gun to my head all the time. Why am I like this.

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