To tell or not to tell?
Have you ever been at a crossroads in your life where you were so afraid to express your feelings? What is more difficult, saying something and wishing you had not, or saying nothing and wishing you had?
Well, I think it is better to tell it than regret it later. It is best to always say what you want to but in a cautious and mature manner. lol hope I put it well.
Saying nothing is worse, ultimately losing out because of being too afraid to speak up. It's happened to me! See my Hub for more details: http://hubpages.com/hub/Casual-Relation … -Want-More
by Anjili 6 years ago
Which gifts enable you to express your feelings without saying a word?Some gifts need not be accompanied by a card.
by thirdmillenium 8 years ago
There is a limit beyond which you can not endure. So what do you do?Hey make it braggarts
by bturn12 7 years ago
What if you are afraid to tell your boyfriend your deepest secret?
by Shanna 4 years ago
How can I learn to say no to solicitors?I'm out 90 bucks in just two days because of solicitors. It's my fault for not saying no, but I need to LEARN how to say no to these guys. They come with all these legit charities that need money and I feel so pressured and obligated to say yes. I feel like a...
by sushant143 5 years ago
Why we afraid to tell the truth ??
by ski reed 4 years ago
How do you tell someone something you have been hiding for years if your afraid of there reaction?Especially if your afraid of the consequences and who else it will hurt
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