For as long as I can remember, I’ve been fascinated by the idea of a game. Where the player has no choice but to confess their deepest secrets to someone they barely know. It was only a matter of time. Before I finally found someone who could put this intriguing idea into practice for me. And that person is [DISC] my newest friend and confidante. The blog article discusses the game that was played between the author and [DISC] in which the gal who was meant to confess to me manga with their deepest secrets.
[DISC] Who is the Gal?
There was this girl that I had a huge crush on and I thought that if I could confess to her in a way where it was just us she might finally feel the same way about me. So, I came up with the idea of confessing to her as part of a game.
I told her that if she could guess all of my favorite words then I would confess to her. She accepted the challenge and we started playing together. But soon after we started playing things started going wrong between us. We stopped talking and things just kind of fell apart.
Now years later, I think about that girl and what might have happened if I had actually confessed to her back then. In the end, it didn’t matter because she ended up finding someone else anyway. But in thinking about it maybe what I was doing wasn’t really such a great idea after all…
[DISC] What Happened Between Us?
I was meeting up with my friend Jess for coffee. We were catching up and getting to know each other better. I mentioned that I had been thinking about confessing my feelings to her but wasn’t sure if she was interested in dating someone who was still a virgin. She told me that she thought it would be a fun game to confess to me first and see how I would react.
I thought it over and decided that it might be fun – even though I was a little unsure of what the outcome would be. So, I confessed that I had always wanted to have sex with her. But instead of being excited by the prospect she seemed pretty surprised and didn’t seem too interested in continuing the game.
We exchanged numbers and promised to keep in touch – but our friendship didn’t progress any further than that. It’s been a few years now and we’ve both moved on with our lives. But every time I think about our conversation and how weird it felt hearing her confess to me like that, I can’t help but wonder what could have happened if we had actually gone ahead with it…
[DISC] How Can I Make Things Right?
If you’re anything like me, there’s a good chance that you’ve been dating someone for a while now and have had that one “it” moment where everything just clicked. Well, if that’s you then congrats! The next step is probably confessing your love to each other. But before you do there are a few things that you need to take into consideration.
The first thing is that whether or not you confess to your partner will depend on their reaction. If they’re receptive and happy about it then go for it! If not though maybe waiting isn’t the worst idea after all. It could lead to a more meaningful relationship down the line if both of you take some time to think about what’s best for yourselves.
Another thing to consider is how long your relationship has been going on for. If it’s been around for a while and things have been going well then by all means go ahead and confess! However, if things aren’t quite as smooth sailing right now or if things have been rocky in the past wait until things are more stable before taking such a big step.
In conclusion, making this decision is something that should be thought through carefully before actually doing anything. However, once you’ve made up your mind and are ready to take the plunge don’t forget to communicate with your partner about what you’re planning so they know what to expect!
[DISC] How Will I Know If This is the Right Decision for Me?
If you’re struggling with whether or not to come out to your friends and family as transgender here are five things you can do to help make the decision easier.
1. Talk It Over With Someone You Trust
If you’re feeling scared about coming out talking it over with someone you trust can be a huge help. This could be a friend family member or therapist. This person can listen to your doubts and fears and offer support as you make your decision.
2. Get a Good Night’s Sleep
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the decision to come out getting a good night’s sleep may help clear your head. Taking some time for yourself will help reduce any anxiety or stress that is preventing you from making a wise choice.
3. Make a List of Pros and Cons of Coming Out
Once you’ve talked it over with someone trusted it’s important to take some time to think about the pros and cons of coming out. Make sure to list all of the positives (such as improved mental health) along with all of the potential negatives (such as ridicule from friends and family). Once you have an accurate picture of both sides it’ll be easier to decide if coming out is really the best thing for you.
4. Be Mindful About What You Say To Others About Your Transition
[DISC] Should I Confess to Me or Not?
Should I confess to her or not? It’s a question that’s been on my mind for weeks now and I can’t seem to make up my mind.
The thing is, I’m starting to get feelings for her and I don’t know if it would be fair to just throw them away by admitting everything when we’re already going through so much together.
On the one hand, part of me thinks that it would be the perfect way to finally put things behind us and start fresh. But then again what if she doesn’t want to move on from our past?
This dilemma has been eating at me for so long that I’ve even gone as far as drafting a confession letter but I never actually send it because I’m scared of how she might react.
I don’t know who to talk to about this because nobody seems to have any advice. Is there anything that I can do to make a decision?
[DISC] What If He Doesn’t Want Me to Confess?
If I were to confess to him would he want me to?
I’ve been meaning to tell him for months now and I can’t seem to get the words out. I’m so scared that he won’t want me if I do. But what if he doesn’t want me to confess? What if it’s too late and we’re already in too deep?
After days of reflection and introspection, I have come to the conclusion that confessing my feelings to her was never meant to be a game. The way our conversations unfolded only made me think that she was interested in me but after further investigation, I realized that she was only using me for entertainment. As much as it hurts to see this, I know that it’s for the best.
I can’t continue with this fake relationship knowing the truth. It would be too painful and I would ultimately lose what we have anyway. Allowing her to leave without having said anything would most likely make her feel better but it still hurts inside knowing that I could have had something real with someone who genuinely cared for me. Maybe one-day things will work out between us but for now, I’m moving on with my life.