They Say Confession is Good for the Soul

whisper, secret, confessionWe all have secrets.  Some have big secrets, others have small secrets, but the universal truth is, we all have secrets.  Frank Warren has made a living from other people’s secrets. Confession is good for the soul. 

So, I’m borrowing an idea from a blogging friend (with her permission) who no longer blogs, and opening a Confession Booth.  We’re talking the little things, daily aggravations, or even accomplishments, whatever you want.  If you’ve got something you just want to get off your chest but you can’t tell your family or friends? Here’s the place. 

You can comment anonymously, (make up a name) or as yourself.  If you comment anonymously I won’t out you.  You’re free to confess as often and as much as you want.  The confession booth is open to everyone.  Tell your friends, everyone is welcome.  This is a non-denominational confession booth.  Equal opportunity secret keeper. 

And just to get the ball rolling I’ll confess to a few things here. 

1. I watch Dr. Phil every day.  I enjoy watching other train wrecks.
2. I have never understood the appeal of Ryan Gosling.
3. I worry that I will never be successful on any level.

Now it’s your turn.   You tell me yours, I’ll tell you another of mine. 

About Becky

While control is an illusion, organization helps to manage the chaos of our lives. Becky was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2007. She has found that when her life and home are organized her bipolar mind is less manic. She shares her attempts at managing the chaos of living with her fiance and tweenage step-daughter, while trying to be a good parent to her mostly grown children who live 2 hours away.

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