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Things that you're to nervous to reveal.
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20 / M / Chicago, IL
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Posted 3/7/13
I believe many people felt that way, and I can be like this sometimes. Like when your too scared to reveal things or say something that might have certain people thing about what worst things could happen if you reveal it to this or that person or more. I understand how you people feel, but lets explain what you're too nervous to reveal to someone.
Posted 3/7/13
it already make me nervous when think about it.... xDD
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I don't like revealing my ATK, DEF, INT, and RES for some reason.

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I feel like a broken record now, but I came out to my long-term girlfriend as transgender when I was 25 after keeping it to myself in fear since I was in elementary school. It was, and to some extent still is, a huge source of anxiety for me. I never thought I'd tell anyone. Things with my girlfriend went well after I told her, so I went on to tell my best friend, and from there told my family, my girlfriend's family, and the rest of my friends. When I started to do something about it (transitioning,) I told a few of my co-workers and my manager since knowing they were on board made me feel a bit safer at work. I've been taking it very slowly specifically because of how repressed I let myself become. All in all most of it has gone well so far, and I kind of regret how much internal self-hate I allowed myself to build up over time.

On the other hand, there are a lot of very bad things that could happen to someone for sharing something like this about themselves, so it is kind of sad, but most of my fear was justified. I know many others who haven't been so lucky.
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Posted 3/7/13 , edited 3/7/13
I'm always too afraid to tell someone that I like them more than a friend, or that I'm crushing on them and would like to get to know them better. I'm such a whimp.
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Posted 3/7/13
How deep the rabbit hole really goes.

Sort of as in.. how screwed up my thoughts really are.
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19 / F / Somewhere fun
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Posted 3/7/13
As of right now, nope. I haven't had that many things that I was too nervous to reveal. If I did, I either said them already, became unimportant, or I forgot about them. In, the future, I might. I'll never know until I get there.
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Posted 3/7/13
My real name. I have to reveal it regardless, especially in real life situations. It's a weird name, mmm'kay?
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17 / M / ᴷᴬᴹᴱ ᴴᴼᵁᴯᴱ
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Posted 3/7/13
I used to be nervous revealing my middle name because it was so lame and easy to make fun of...still kind of hate it if someone calls me my middle name to make fun of me but i live with it
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23 / F / Sexual Chocolate
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Posted 3/7/13
I'm not afraid to reveal anything.

As proof here's me coming out of the closet.

Fabulous.

Although I admit that despite policies against discrimination where I work I was a bit nervous about coming out since i've always had aspirations of management and I was concerned that my sexuality might end up hurting my chances. My concerns were unfounded, turns out my age was the only thing that really slowed down me getting promoted.
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Posted 3/7/13

Ralleac wrote:

I feel like a broken record now, but I came out to my long-term girlfriend as transgender when I was 25 after keeping it to myself in fear since I was in elementary school.


When I was 19 the LGBTQ Alliance sponsored a drag day at my alma mater. I gave it a try and found that I am super uncomfortable trying to look like a man. I literally made myself sick to my stomach, and had to go back to the dorm to change after two hours because I couldn't handle it. This was a powerful experience for me, because I imagine that this intense feeling of wrongness is similar to what transgender people experience every day.

You have my sympathy, support, respect, and admiration. If you need something, let me know. I'll see what I can do for you.
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Posted 3/7/13

Pomff wrote:

I'm not afraid to reveal anything.

As proof here's me coming out of the closet.

Fabulous.

Love that.

I always assume that everyone can tell how gay I am by just looking at me, but for some reason most people are surprised. I keep thinking that if straight people had better gaydar, then we wouldn't have civil liberties issues. We are everywhere, after all.
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Posted 3/7/13 , edited 3/7/13
Not many things that I'm afraid to reveal. I mean, people know I'm bisexual, that's pretty open.

My Xbox Live gamertag is something I'm somewhat afraid to reveal, it's pretty... Gay. PrincessLunaFiM
Not many people know I love anime, I'm kind of afraid to reveal that.
Maybe that I'm a psychopath? Nah I'm kidding... Or am I?
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Posted 3/7/13

PrincessLunza wrote:


VintageVengeance wrote:

My real name. I have to reveal it regardless, especially in real life situations. It's a weird name, mmm'kay?


Is it Bafetimbi? It's Bafetimbi isn't it...?


Yes... I am Bafetimbi Gomis.
No. It's actually Nirvana. I'm not kidding. I am dead serious.
Yeah, yeah.
LAUGH IT UP.
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