hidden feelings

by scaredtosay

this boy liked me and he asked me out and i was so under pressure i said yes and it turned out so wrong i made a huge mistake and i wish that hadnt have happened every body at my skool teased me and i didnt want my family to know because i KNOW they wont understand me and i will get in huge trouble. my brother knows and every time he teases me about it in front of my family i feel like i want to throw up. i was taght that skool comes before boys and i belived that but im going crazy. please,your the only person im allowed to tell. hhhhhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeeellllllppp mmmeeeeeee

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Choose to do what's right
by: Sarah

Dear scaredtosay,

I'm not sure why you feel that you made a mistake, is it because it is against school rules, or your parents would object to it, or because you only agreed under pressure, or because you know you are not ready to start a relationship? Or is it because of people teasing you that you feel you have made a mistake?

I encourage you to be clear of the reason why you agreed, and why you are now afraid to tell people about it.

It's not good to hide secrets, especially from your family members. And sometimes although we as children feel that our parents will never understand us, actually we are wrong. Our parents have been through similar experiences when they were young. And most likely, if you explain properly to them, they will understand and be able to give you good and sound advice! Your parents love you more than anyone else in the world (besides God of course), and they will always stand on your side. Even when they discipline you, it is out of love. So remember that family is the safest place you can go to.

At the same time, I would like to pray for God to give you courage to stand up and tell whoever needs to be told about this. If it's killing you inside, you need to tell someone about it. We can never keep such secrets. God always knows. And most of the time, sooner or later, the secret will come out. So maybe it's better that it comes from you.

And use this as an experience for yourself. Learn from it. Waste no experience. In future, when a boy asks you out, if you feel that it is against school rules, against your parents' wishes, against your own principles, if you feel under pressure, remember to say no and be strong about it. Be clear so you won't mislead the boy. If you need to think about it, tell him that. It will just hurt you both if you make the wrong decision.

Do speak to God and pray to Him every day. You can ask Him for answers, for peace, anything. He longs to listen to you.

oh my goodness haha
by: shaniece

i have been in that same position before
and you know what i totally agree with the person that commented you earlier

i went through that exact situation but i told my mom what had happened and she didnt yell or she didnt ground me but she simply laughed because she understands the pressures of a teenager
i think that it is always best to talk to your parents first before you run to someone else and ask for advice because you may just run into the wrong person and they culd totally screw up or even make your situation worse

so no matter how afraid you get to tell ur parents about some of the things that you have done, it is still best to talk to them about it

trust me i know what you are going though
i am 15 yrs old and ur probably my age
so i can relate=)
you might regret not telling them

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