Post Your Skeletons


Posting about your Skeletons is as simple as posting on any site or blog.


1) Just click on the "Post A Comment" box found underneath this post. Read the posting rules, and then anonymously post the BIGGEST skeleton in your life in the text box provided -- post about what skeleton you have and if you could do anything different, what would it be? Be detailed and totally honest please no matter how shocking and revealing the skeleton is. DO NOT POST YOUR NAME. Only print your gender and age.  For example:  M - 18,  F - 20

2) In the "Choose your identity" box, select "Anonymous"
 
That's it!


14 comments:

  1. F-20 I stole my best friend's boyfriend! I could see that they didn't have much in common, and he was always around her to be around me. In the end, he dumped both of us, but fortunately my friend never found out. The jerk wasn't worth it

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    1. He definitely wasn't worth it!

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  2. Female 22 y.o. I took a screwdriver to my x-bf's car when I found out he was making moves on my co-worker. I pretended to be surprised when he found it. I've been so wanting to confess and laugh in his face, but I'm afraid he'll try to get revenge or something

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  3. 16 female
    i snuck into the boys locker room and took pics. :)

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  4. female 17. I am torn between dating a guy, but my parents don't want me seeing anyone until i've finished school and get into college. I don't want to disobey them, but I've been seeing a guy secretly telling my parents that I'm at a girlfriend's house and she has been covering me. Not sure how long I can keep this up.
    -Confused

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    1. I think you should continue seeing him, as long as you're not doing something really bad - f-17

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    2. you should come clean and tell your parents, but have your boyfriend meet your parents so they can know what kind of a guy he is. It's not good to sneak behind their backs to see this guy because that causes your parents to lose their trust in you. Tell them, get them to meet your boyfriend, and show them you can be mature enough to date.

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    3. You should definitely come clean to your parents. They've set rules for you because they want to protect you. If you'd like to date, talk to them and try to compromise. The situation can't improve if you're not honest with them.

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  5. I'm not sure if I am overweight or if all (or at least most!) of the other girls in my school are all just too skinny. Sometimes I feel so self-conscious about my weight and how I have to dress. I also don't feel confident around guys. Is this normal? Help!

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    1. It's normal to feel self-conscious about your looks, especially in your teen years. Even after your teen years. If you compare yourself to other people, you will always find something about you or them that's off. Best not to compare yourself to others, but to know what is a healthy weight for you, one you will feel good in and is easy to maintain a lifestyle in.

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    2. F-16 all my friends started getting boyfriends and I got jealous. I came up with this whole long story about how I have a secret boyfriend across the country that I met on vacation. Now a year later they still totally believe me and my lies. And I don't want to keep lieing to them

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    3. Don't encourage the story anymore. You can tell them the truth and your reasons for creating the story, and maybe they'll understand.

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  6. Sometimes I don't feel so pretty. I always wonder why all the boys always go for my friends. I really don't think that I'm that ugly but ok looking. Is there something wrong with me?

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  7. There's nothing wrong with you. Boys and everyone have different tastes and attraction. Maybe they like a certain hairstyle or hair color your friends have or like the way they dress. Whatever it is, don't worry. They're the one missing out on getting to know you better. Looks aren't everything.

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