(March 15) Today we're celebrating . . .  True Confessions Day

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True Confessions Day
Confessing is good for the soul. It can calm the mind and help heal the pain. And boy does it help sell a lot of books too!

Well really get those tongues wagging at work today by telling all. No holding back. And if you’re alone? There’s always the mirror.



2 Responses to “(March 15) Today we're celebrating . . .  True Confessions Day”

  1. Claudia Kemmer Says:

    I have lost a dear friend because his wife does not understand our friendship. I never wanted to cause any problems between them. He was someone I could trust with my feelings, my hopes and fears, my doubts. It was a friendship nothing more. Sometimes we would email or text or have a drink together or a meal. What is the harm in that? I am confused.

  2. Belinda Matthews Says:

    To Claudia Kemmer:
    What are you talking about???
    A “drink together or a meal”, emails and texts?
    That is at least AT LEAST emotional infidelity — yes INFIDELITY!!!
    He is a MARRIED MAN.
    You have no business having a “friendship” where you share your feelings, hopes, fears and doubts with someone else’s husband.
    You both should be ashamed of yourselves!
    Thank heavens my husband would not fall for something like this!

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