"Asking someone for money they rightfully owe you."
"Calling out of work for actually being sick.
There’s that fear of, what if they don’t believe I’m sick."
"Leaving a store empty-handed. If I don’t find what I’m looking for I feel like a thief walking out without buying something. I might be alone in this."
"Eating or drinking the “last one” of something."
"Going to the toilet multiple times at work place."
"Asking for a drink or something in someone else’s house if they’ve taken too long to offer. I was taught to never ask in case they didn’t have and my request makes them feel bad. So now I don’t do it unless it’s absolutely necessary and I will only ever ask for water to be safe."
"Sacrificing your queen to get a checkmate."
"When someone dies, buying their stuff.
We lost a relative this year and have been desperate to get rid of all the stuff so we can move on. Friends and family have been so hesitant to take things that we just can’t store so we’ve been jumping through hoops to sell to strangers."
"Breaking someone’s heart to listen to my own.
Lying to others to protect myself."
"Being an adult and not liking alcohol so you don’t go to as many social events with your friends."
"Not eating everything my Grandma offers me when she comes over."
"Telling people no."
"Being a virgin at the age of 18, completely normal and fine.
Even at age 27. It’s perfectly fine.
I lost it at 21 and I can honestly say that, now at 35, it makes no difference whatsoever."
"I always felt so bad in college when my friends told me they had loans and had to spend all their money on books when my parents paid for mine."
"Asking for time off at work, I always seem to feel like I’m doing something wrong when I ask."
"Going to a legal weed dispensary. Every time I walk in and smell the weed, I’m like, “Oh [email protected]#k I’m gonna get caught.”"
"Everything I do and say. Anxiety’s a b#tch."