Tough times never last, but tough people do.
– Robert H. Schuller

This is the Fourteenth Confession by WHI Anonymous, a page where writers can confess their problems, issues, rants, stories and feelings anonymously.

If you have anything you're facing or need help on, you can confess through this google form. Be it a problem you're facing or something you couldn't share with anyone else. Everything will be anonymous, so let your heart out:

inspiration, strong, and heartbreak image addict, awesome, and babe image


❝ Yesterday I had a big fight with my dad. I was going to help him paint the walls at our house, but struggled a lot considering this was my first time. He responded with anger and pushed my brother away from the ladder aggressively. Naturally I started to cry (and i guess because I was stressing so much, my nose started to bleed). From the toilet I could hear my father calling me handicapped to my mother. Right now I've just been feeling really depressed and unworthy. I feel like I can't do anything right, and that sucks! This isn't the first time I've had issues with my parents and I feel like they've constantly made me feel less of a person. I don't know what to do and how to get over this feeling.

We would like to thank the writer for sharing this personal issue about her family.

quotes, woman, and girl image confidence, quote, and life image

If any of the readers want to share their thoughts on this matter, they can do so through our comment section,
The number this article represents is #14, while posting your comment please mention the hashtag.

Comment Section

Nadine/ @sparkling_tears - Dear anonymous, believe me, I know what you are going through! When I was younger my two sisters and I have been helping my father do different work on the house or in the garten. Stuff like painting, constructing things, gathering wood. My dad can be really impatient. Sometimes he didn't say what he needed and was expecting us to just know. Most of the time it ended with some kind of a fight. In the past he didn't talk to me for several months (I already moved out and wasn't at home all the time), because I made him angry somehow. If I could go back in time, I would start to tell my parents when I have a problem with them. Because now we have deep issues that nobody wants to adress. It would end in a huge family fight that maybe wouldn't be solved anymore. Maybe when everybody is in a relaxed mood at the dinner table, you'll find a good moment to start a conversation about feelings. I know that this will be very hard for you, but hiding and swallowing your feelings won't make it better. Maybe you could also build up your self-confidence. It will always hurt, when people you love, give you the feeling that you don't know anything or you are just too stupid to do anything. But it will help you to get over these feelings of worthlessness. I am sure you have beautiful talents. If you didn't discover them yet, you have a beautiful way ahead of you. One day you'll try something new and just know that you're good at it! If you ever want to talk more about your family issues, feel free to write me a message. I'll be there for you! Love, Nadine

Check out our last article on “thoughts of a sad hermit” and let us know your opinion on it through our comment section,

If you want to see an overview with all our articles, check the directory!

More Articles Coming Soon!

WHI Anonymous
WHI Anonymous
Follow for amazing articles from anonymous writers.