@Zavss The secret was just that I got a motorcycle. It wasn’t even really a secret but I wasn’t in a rush to tell my dad because he’s not a supporter of motorcycles and I figured I didn’t need to tell him, that he could just find out when he came to my house because it really isn’t a big deal in my opinion.
The point is that someone telling what you’ve told them not to is bad, then when I asked if he told him he said no. So I learned with a small issue, but it sucks because other things I’ve confided in are a bigger secret.
@IBelieveInTheFallen That's one aspect of positive self talk. It also encompasses how you handle obstacles. "Ahh, I can do this," versus "Awh fuck I'm screwed."
It's faith in yourself taken to the next step - verbalization and thought. It's how your internal monologue communicates with itself and you.
I’ve learned a valuable lesson today: if you have a secret, don’t tell anyone. Not the person you think is understanding, not the person you can trust, not the person you think you can ask to find out if they’ve told anyone - no one.
The ‘secret’ isn’t a big deal but fuck, if I tell someone not to tell someone something, they shouldn’t tell them. Then they lied when I asked if they told them. Fucking mongoloids these days.