Whats a secret that you have about yourself that is out of the normal compared to the stuff/hobbies your friends and family know? If they found it would make them see you in a whole new light?

Whats a secret that you have about yourself that is out of the normal compared to the stuff/hobbies your friends and family know? If they found it would make them see you in a whole new light?

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  1. I went down several unethical rabbitholes several years ago. Some of them were political, some of them were sexual. My mental health has been bad partly because I can’t separate myself from who I was during that time.

  2. I’m the good Christian man, likes video games and computer stuff…
    And I’ve had a vore fetish since early childhood. I even wrote a few erotic short stories.

  3. The amount of struggle I’ve had with mental health over the years. Luckily I’m in a good place now, but a lot of people see me as a pretty upbeat guy most of the time, and maybe think I’m a little weird. They’d have no idea the amount of meds I’ve cycled through, therapists, etc…

  4. Ive been clinically diagnosed with “Narcissistic Sociopathic tendencies” I feel 0 remorse or empathy for them and have never once genuinely cared for them…. but I do, I think. it’s hard to explain I just feel things differently and don’t understand their struggles or sorrow.

  5. Watch some very kinky stuff as my poison and watch way too much porn. Very embarrassed about the whole thing so I have no interest in ever letting people find out IRL

  6. i wear thigh highs as a 19 y/o, 6’ and thin male. many would consider that, with the details, as un-natural.

    i also like _being_ fucked, so that wouldn’t help my differences.

    i doubt any of my family would think this is normal, as my entire family is extremely traditional on my father’s side, and religious(baptist-christians) on my mother’s side.

  7. Already shared with family a little more than a year ago, when I asked for support.

    That I was a victim of childhood rape, and had then developed a dissociative disorder, depression, & anxiety.

    They helped me quickly identify a medication that helps manage depression (which since of them were already using to manage their symptoms/life), & were extremely supportive.

    But the dissociative disorder was the big one that caused pause. They were accepting, and pointed out examples from my life that supported the professional diagnosis.

    I’m in a much better place now, being able to manage my life once again. They, and my wife, are my saviors. They’re the best!

  8. In order to answer the question, the one answering must be open to the possibility a relative will see the post and expose them. No one wants to be outed.

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