It depends on what you're confessing and why. If it's something that could impact your relationship negatively (example: you cheated on him or her, etc) then yes, confess it. It may result in you breaking up but it's something your partner needs to know. If your partner decides to stay with you knowing 'the whole truth' of whatever it is you confessed then he or she may be able to trust you again based on your honesty. If he or she decides to leave you based on it then that's their decision to make.
It is tough to confess especially if what you are confessing about is going to ruin your relationship something you should thing carefully about
Confessions aren't nearly as important as being honest.
Trust is the result of observing honesty and integrity. Lying kills trust.
absolutely NOT! Whenever i do something wrong or felt guilty over the mistake, I confessed to my hubby and get a whole day of nagging from him. Worst of all, he prevent me from doing the task like a penalty. Hence, i stopped confessing my mistakes or guilt. Just keep them to myself and let the tide blow over. Confession is like digging a graveyard for myself!
by ngureco 7 years ago
Have You Now Confessed All Your Sins Before The Coming Rapture?Should I Go Ahead And SMS All My Friends To Confess Now Before The Wrath Of God Is Poured Out?
by yolanda yvette 7 years ago
As a Christian, what is your viewpoint on praying and/or confessing God's Word? Is it something you practice? Have you or someone you know experienced the miraculous as a result of praying or confessing scripture?
by Stacie L 4 years ago
Would you feel betrayed that your ex husband or wife confessed to being a transgender?If you were married or in a long term relationship with children and your ex spouse or significant other confess as being transgender, would you feel like your relationship was a sham?
by Life Under Construction 6 years ago
Why do we need to confess our sins to a priest? Can't we do it directly to God? What's the difference?
by schoolgirlforreal 8 years ago
Is it a movie starA neighborSomeone in classsomeone on HP?who?hmmmmmmm
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