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Hi, this is Michelle, and this story literally happened yesterday. There’s so much to talk about from last night that she’s not really sure where to start. In brief, she was betrayed by her best friend and she almost died, and both these things happened within fifteen minutes of each other. It all started as a truth or dare game.

Michelle has a group of friends that she’s known since they were all about five years old. There are six of them, all girls, and they’re fourteen now. Actually, a couple of them have already turned fifteen. She won’t bother going through all their names, since she would have to change them anyway to tell this story, but the important thing is that out of all of them her best friend is called Lana. Though she should probably say she HAD a best friend.

Anyway, Michelle and Lana live close to each other, so they’ve always seen each other more often than the others. Over the years, they’ve grown really close, so basically she knows a lot about Michelle and vice versa…or so Michelle thought. Bear in mind also that Michelle is a really, really private person, and she hates telling people personal things, although Lana was an exception. And there are a lot of things about her that even she doesn’t know either.

But nevermind about all that – let’s stick to the story.

Last night, they had a sleepover at Lana’s. Her parents are away on vacation, and they have no problem leaving the whole house to Lana to look after. She’s never caused them any trouble when they’ve gone away in the past, but Michelle can only imagine the looks on their faces when they come back and hear what just happened.

So five of them came over to Lana’s for the sleepover, because one of their friends – let’s call her Judy – got sick. It wasn’t the first time they spent the night at Lana’s, and Michelle herself went over to hang out even more often than the others, since she only lives like, two houses away.

So last night, they first decided to watch a movie, then they cooked dinner together – two of their friends love cooking. After that they decided that they wanted to play something, and someone suggested “Truth or Dare,” the classic sleepover game.

As a very private person, Michelle really hates this game, because she has to pick dare all the time. The idea of telling any secret, even to a group of close friends, is just terrifying for her.

It was okay at the start – there was nothing but harmless questions and easy tasks. Like singing a stupid song, or calling Judy to convince her Ed Sheeran was at the house with them on a surprise visit…it sure sounds dumb now, but shemanaged to sound dead serious, and Judy almost believed her! But the girls spoiled everything when they started laughing, they just couldn’t keep it in anymore.

One thing though, before she moves on to the main part of the story. Lana and Michelle have a classmate called Josh. Josh Hurley, that’s what she’ll call him here. And…thank god this is anonymous…she really, really likes him. He’s justamazing. And he lives right across the street from Lana.

They talk at school every once in a while, but it never goes further than that. Michelle believes it really could go further, but he doesn’t know anything about how she feels. No one does – except for Lana.

So there they were playing, and it was Michelle’s turn again, and of course she picked dare rather than truth. The girls were struggling to come up with a task for her, but after a few minutes Lana said that she had a great idea.

She said that Michelle had to get on the roof of her house and shout “I LOVE YOU JOSH HURLEY!” three times, as loud as she could.

Michelle still can’t believe she said it. Lana knew that she liked Josh, and she knew there was a big chance he’d hear about it sooner or later, and she knew just how embarrassed Michelle wouldbe if she told anyone else.

But at that moment she simply thought: a game is a game, let’s just get it over with. She climbed onto the roof through the bedroom window, and found a spot that looked like it was safe. It was almost midnight, so it was really dark. The girls were all standing at the window ready to film the whole thing.

Just to remind you, the phrase she had to say was “I love you, Josh Hurley.” She shouted it once, dying of embarrassment, then a second time. All of the lights in Josh’s house were off, so she was praying nobody was home. Because if they were, the whole family was going to be woken up by her yelling.

The girls were laughing and cheering. She really wanted it to be over, so she took a deep breath and shouted it out for a third time.

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This is Judy. Recently, she was threatened and forced to do things she didn’t want to do and, worst of all, she was forced to lie… all in order to save her reputation.

It all started when she was actually in the first grade. Judy had a classmate named Max. They always hated each other, but as they got older, he started to become interested in her. He asked her out a whole number of times, and there were always the same two reasons why she said no. First, she really didn’t like him because he was a nasty person. Second…she really didn’t have time to go out, because she was always busy.

You see, her family really didn’t have that much money. In fact, they could barely make ends meet. Her mom and dad both worked two jobs, and they still didn’t have enough money. So Judy started working as a janitor at an office when she had the time.

It helped her family, but the effect on her was that she was constantly tired, and also, well…she was a little bit ashamed to be working as a janitor. But she could cope…until one day she saw a familiar face in the office: Max. It turned out that his father worked there and he had dropped by to visit him. So, when he noticed her, he was so surprised and started making mean jokes about her being a maid and stuff. She was incredibly embarrassed and angry, because out of all the people from her school it had to be MAX who had discovered her secret.

The next day he came up to her in school and showed her his phone. There were several photos of her doing her job as a janitor. Judy told him that the photos were creepy and really not okay, but he answered, “If you go out with me once I’ll delete the photos. We’ll go to the movies and stuff, I’ll pay.” She asked: “Or what?” and he said, “Or I’ll show them to everybody”.

But…she felt like she had to accept. She had no other choice about it, really.

So that evening they went to the movies together, and Max tried to act all sweet and cool, buying her snacks and even trying to be romantic – but of course it didn’t work, because he had still manipulated her into going out with him.

The movie ended, they went outside, and Judy asked: “So, will you delete the photos now?” and Max realy didn’t like that and answered “No! If you’re gonna be so ungrateful, I think I’ll hold on to these photos for a little longer.”

She was really angry, but again, what could she do? She had to keep on doing favors for him. It’s possible you might think that she really WAS really ungrateful, because he was spending his money and time on her, but she never asked for it.

Over the next few days, he asked her to take selfies with him to show that they were hanging out together, and told his friends that she was his girlfriend and stuff like that.

The last straw was when they were hanging out in town together and they met a group of their classmates. They started chatting, and then Max took her hand and said “Sorry, me and my girlfriend are busy.”

It was one thing to do something like that in front of HIS friends, but completely different with people who they both knew. He didn’t dare call her his girlfriend on Instagram, but now he had finally done it…She pulled her hand away when their classmates had left, and said with anger in her voice: “Don’t ever do that again! I am NOT your girlfriend!”

Max got furious again, as though she had wounded his pride. He answered “You either do what I want or I’ll show everyone the pictures!” She took a long breath: “Do it. I don’t care. I would rather have everyone laughing at me than spend another minute with YOU!”
Max started to laugh and posted the pictures in front of her. She turned around and went home. She cried all night, knowing that everyone would laugh at her and she would STILL have to go do her job as a janitor.

The next day people were paying a lot of attention to Judy, but not in the way she had expected…a lot of people asked her why she was working as a janitor and why Max had posted photos about it. She explained the situation and many of them were impressed that she was so…mature. She had more work experience than her whole class combined. And they all said that they had thought there was something fishy about Max claiming to be her “boyfriend.”

It was priceless seeing Max’s reaction to it all. He wanted everyone to mock her, but instead, people were just vaguely interested or didn’t care at all.

Judy kept thinking throughout the whole ordeal that she “didn’t have a choice” about her situation. But she was dead wrong. You ALWAYS have a choice. Even if the outcome can be bad, it’s still a choice, and she’s vowed that she will never let bad people manipulate her ever again.

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This is Lindsay, and she’s such a mess! She’s in deep deep trouble, and she needs to concentrate in order to tell you what she has to tell. And she’s not even at her worst now! Hold on – first she should probably tell you what her problem is. Well, she has obsessive-compulsive disorder or OCD. There, she’s said it. And she feels pretty ashamed about it, thank God this is anonymous!

Ok, well, time to concentrate. Lindsay is 15, and she’s on the path to happiness – and happiness for her is when her thoughts leave her. Right, she still hasn’t told you what OCD is. Sorry for that. She’ll tell you what it’s about, and then give you some examples, ok? So, it’s actually when you have certain thoughts all the time that don’t leave you, and you’re afraid that you can make something horrible happen to you. And you become so ashamed of yourself that you try to prevent these things from happening by doing other things, even if you don’t want to do them…It sounds pointless, but she did tell you she’s a mess.

Lindsay is adopted. She doesn’t like to recall that time before she was adopted, but it might help you to understand things better. The point is that Lindsay’s biological father was in jail and her biological mother didn’t take care of her at all. She was only five at the time, and the problem is that she can remember everything that happened! She’s heard that some people just forget traumatic things that happen to them, but that’s definitely true in her case. Her memories have been stalking her for years! But luckily she was adopted soon after, and she adores her foster parents. To her, they’re her real mom and dad.

So, they took her home and everything was finally ok. They took her to a psychologist to help overcome her past trauma, and eventually they concluded that she was finally over it. Well, yes, she was over it, more or less. However when she was around seven years old, Lindsay started having THAT THING. What thing? Well, don’t laugh, but it went like this. For example, she might be just sitting calmly in her room and then suddenly feel that she absolutely needs to go and check if she has closed the door to the bathroom. Well, who cares if it’s closed? What’s the difference, you might ask? But still she gets up and goes there to check. It turns out that it’s closed. She goes back to her bedroom. She sits down and thinks: “But I haven’t checked if it’s closed tight”. So she gets up and goes to check again. It’s closed tight. She sit downs again and thinks: “Am I really sure I’ve closed it well?” And so on and on it goes, at least five or six times.

Lindsay knows it’s stupid! But she really feels that if she doesn’t do it, something horrible will happen. She just can’t control herself. And that was just when she was seven. Since then she’s gone much much further down this path. The strange ideas have multiplied in her head – she now has to check and recheck that she’s put everything in its proper place; that everything is in order; all the plates in the kitchen are arranged by colors and all of her shoes in the closet are perfectly aligned. She spends a lot of time each day carrying out strange rituals to make sure everything is fine, but the things she has to check increase in number all the time. And what’s worse is that she’s suddenly started feeling guilty. She’d already realized that she wasn’t normal, and because she was adopted she felt bad that her wonderful parents ended up with a freak like her. So never wanted to tell them that she had problems, to avoid them being disappointed with her.

As Lindsay grew up, she had lots of other obsessive thoughts. She wanted to be a perfect daughter for her parents, and she was constantly afraid that she would embarrass them somehow. When she was with them in public, she was terrified that at some point she would start shouting obscenities. Why would she do that, you ask? Well, why wouldn’t she? This can happen to anyone, that was the thought she had, and she was constantly afraid it would be her. She started thinking about it over and over. She tried not to think about it, but it’s like not thinking about a polar bear – you literally can’t think about anything else when the thought is put in your head. She experienced other irrational fears in addition to that – for example, that she might cut her mom’s new dress into pieces. That she might spill coffee all over her dad’s laptop. And many, many more. She couldn’t study or do anything else – she thought about these things literally all the time.

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This is Amy, and she’s depressed. And until recently, not even her parents believed her.

Since she became a teenager, Amy has always felt a bit…sad. But over the past few years, it has grown into something more. Until recently, she couldn’t understand what it really was. Most of the time, she felt so exhausted and miserable. Even getting out of bed was hard.

She felt like there was no point in anything. She didn’t care about her grades or her friends; it was like nobody cared about her and nothing interested her. She spent her evenings watching TV shows and crying, because the world seemed like such a bad place.

At some point she realized that she was depressed. She didn’t want to believe it at first, because nowadays everyone says they’re depressed. But she couldn’t run away from the truth any more. So she decided it was time to explain it to her parents.

She thought they would understand, or at least try to, but sadly that wasn’t the case. Amy’s dad just said, “kids are so soft nowadays, nobody was depressed back in my day”, while her mom was hardly any more helpful: “it’s all in your head, sweetie, you just have to be more positive”.

Their reactions made her even more miserable, because she couldn’t even talk to her parents. She had friends, but they clearly didn’t want to listen to her any more. She doesn’t blame them, because it was really annoying to listen to her talking about her depression all the time even for her.

She checked out some online communities on depression and people recommended that she go see a psychiatrist. She asked her parents many times, explaining how important it was to her, and eventually, they agreed, although they didn’t want to.

Amy felt hope for the first time in a long while. She went to the doctor with her parents. He was an older man, and he was kind of weird – he didn’t even look at her, and wasn’t really very interested in what she actually had to say. She explained her situation, but he kept asking her the same questions about school and stress, and in the end, he said that she was just tired because of school and needed some rest.

Amy was shocked, but her parents were basically happy with his verdict. To their credit, they really did try to make her feel better. They allowed her to skip a few days of school and have a bit of fun. Only she really didn’t want to have fun. She didn’t want to do anything except stay in her bed and cry.

After she went back to school, things got even worse. Her teachers were angry with her for not doing her homework and not paying attention in class, but she didn’t respond, so they just stopped bothering her entirely. The same thing happened with her classmates – they didn’t pay any attention to her because she always sat alone, staring out the window or reading a book or something.

At this point Amy started to believe that her parents were right, and she just had to be grateful for what she had, so she tried to start talking to people and to study a bit harder. But she just couldn’t find the strength to do it.

One day, her dad got angry with her for being ungrateful and spoiled. He said “you don’t want to talk to us, you don’t want to study! Tell me, what DO you want!?”

She stared at him, because she didn’t know what to say. She didn’t want anything. He kept berating her, and she couldn’t take it any more, and she started crying loudly. She never cried like that; it was always silent weeping in her room, but this time it was like she had a mental breakdown.

Through her tears, she said a lot of stuff like: “I’m worthless, I don’t even feel like a person, I don’t know how to do anything and I’ll never get better!” This was only a small part of all the thoughts that were inside her head, most of them were way worse.

Her parents were shocked, because this was the first time that she had revealed her real feelings to them. After a few days, her mom came into her room and said: “I talked with dad, and we believe you. What can we do for you?” For Amy, this was the first time in a while when she felt like something good happened to her. She asked them if they could try another psychiatrist. They agreed.

Amy’s new psychiatrist was younger than the previous one, and he was very attentive to her and asked a lot of questions – and this time actually listened to her answers. She told him everything she had felt throughout the past few years, and it was so liberating to finally find a person in real life who would listen to her.

Eventually, he did a few tests with her and diagnosed Amy with chronic depression. Her parents couldn’t believe it at first, but she could see how worried they were and it was a nice feeling.

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This is Jane, and her story is pretty crazy, because of one peculiar thing about her dad…

It’s hard to explain, but basically Jane’s dad really wanted her to be a fully independent person. He always thought that the world was a scary place, so he felt obligated to prepare her for anything that could happen in her adult life.

It all started when her mom died when Jane was very young. At first, he taught her very useful things, like cooking for example. By the age of 10, she was already very good at it; she was even able to make a few fancy dishes.

By the age of 15 she knew how to chop wood, what the best course of action was in case she had to be a defendant in court, and which medicine was required for almost any type of emergency. She doesn’t know if you could justifiably call her dad’s behavior in this respect “overprotective” because in her view it’s kind of the opposite.

Anyway, one thing Jane really didn’t want to learn was driving. She knew that she would of course need it at some point in her life, but it was seriously stressful for her. She was horrible at driving because she got way too nervous, and her lack of skill made her even more nervous. And then she had to learn all those rules – ugh…but of course her dad insisted on it, saying that it was very important that she learn to drive in case of an emergency.

Sometimes her dad took her on camping trips. She had always loved them when she was a kid. Going to the forest and learning all about it was always cool and exciting, but with school and driving lessons she just wanted to relax a little at the weekends. But her dad still periodically insisted on taking her to the forest to learn something about mushrooms or berries or snakes.

So one time, he announced that they were going to the forest again, and they were going to go there in their car. This time her dad took away her phone, saying that she probably wouldn’t have her phone if she got lost in the forest, so she shouldn’t rely on it. Besides being incredibly annoying, sometimes Jane thought her dad was actually crazy.

They finally arrived at the forest, and parked somewhere pretty far in. Jane’s dad started his usual lectures about surviving in nature, about how to remember the names of trees and stuff like that. She still enjoyed it, but she also wanted to sleep so badly, so she mostly ignored what he was saying and just nodded a lot, pretending that she was listening attentively.

Then suddenly, her dad put a hand over his chest. “Ooof,” he said “Jane, I don’t feel so good…” She became confused, but then her dad started walking toward their car. “Let’s go home, Jane.” Now she was starting to worry. Her dad worked out regularly, so he was in tip-top shape. What was happening?
Her dad sat in the passenger seat and said, “Jane, quick, I need an ambulance…”

Jane was panicking. She reached for her phone, and then remembered: her dad had taken it away. So she was like “what do I do, dad? What do I do?” His eyes were closed by this point, and he simply said “drive…”

She was like “oh no…” She hated driving. And she wasn’t any good at it. And her dad’s car was much bigger than the one her driving instructor used. But…she realized that she didn’t have any choice at that moment.

So she sat in the driver’s seat, tried all the pedals and checked everything, and, in a very nervous state, tried to start the car. Once, twice, and then it finally started at the third attempt. But she always did badly at getting the car moving, so she let go of the clutch pedal very softly, beginning to press the gas pedal at the same time, and then the car stalled, so she started everything again. Her whole body was trembling, and she kept failing again and again. Her heart was racing, and she knew if she didn’t get a grip and get going, her dad might actually…die! He was already unconscious, so she HAD to do this.

And she finally did do it – they started moving. But it was very hard to move correctly on a dirt road, it was bumpy and narrow, so she couldn’t gain a lot of speed, and her father was groaning with pain more and more, so she had to keep going despite her panicked thoughts.

She also had to remember the way to the city, because of course, the forest was huge and had very few roads. She kept going despite wanting to just stop and cry.

And FINALLY, Jane did it!

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This is Jenny, and she feels really helpless. Most things in her life are fine but there’s just one major problem. She’s always late for EVERYTHING.

She understands that she can only blame herself for this, but she honestly doesn’t know what to do.

Being late is never a problem when you’re a kid. Your parents take you to places and then you go back home – at least that’s what it was always like for her. But the good thing was that her mom and dad always valued her independence. Her parents care for her, but at the same time they let her make her own decisions and choices, so that she learns to control her own life.

And you know what? It seems to work. She’s sixteen now, and she’s already learned to figure out a lot of stuff on her own, so moving to college (for example) won’t be a huge problem for her.

The only thing that she constantly fails at is getting to places on time.

She can’t even remember when the last time was that she managed to catch the school bus, so she usually has to take the public one. More than that, she doesn’t really remember the last time she walked to the bus stop – because every time she has to run for it.

That’s not the worst part of it all, though – it’s not even the bad part. Jenny’s problems start when she gets to school. Different teachers react to students being late in different ways, as you guys know. Some of them don’t pay much attention, some even pretend they that they didn’t notice.

But the worst thing happens on Wednesdays, when her first class is chemistry. Her chemistry teacher, Mrs, Rodney, just goes crazy when someone’s even a minute late for her class. So imagine being yelled at every time you come in after the bell. She knows it’s all her fault, but a couple of times Mrs. Rodney just refused to let her in to the room and doubled her homework for the next week! That’s a bit too much!

Once they had a drama project, and Jenny’s actually done quite a lot of acting, ever since she was a kid. She knew she was the most experienced actor in the group, so she was quite sure the teacher was going to give her the main part. And he actually was, but…guess what…she was half an hour late for the first class of the year, and he gave the main role to another girl instead. And when this was happening she was chatting to her friends in the school yard, not even realizing the class had already started.

She’s tried a lot of different things to fix it. First of all, she tried to figure out what was wrong with her. “Where do I lose so much time?” she thought. And she soon realized that it was a couple of minutes here, a couple of minutes there…and then you’re running late already. No matter how early she woke up, she still managed to lose all the time she had.

And it wasn’t only about mornings and being late for school. Every time her friends and Jenny went out, she was super-late. If they went to the movies, you could be sure that she’d be awkwardly sneaking between the rows fifteen minutes into the film.

The worst thing happened to Jenny about a month ago. Her friend Hannah and her family were moving to another state. They used to hang out a lot, along with two other friends – Jenny and Mike. So the three of them decided to see Hannah off at the airport.

They made a huge poster with their pictures and good wishes, because none of them knew when they might see her again. It was all prepared, Jenny set her alarm clock for early in the morning, and she actually woke up on time, had her breakfast…and then this THING happened again. In the blink of an eye she found herself running late to the bus stop.

Then the bus got stuck in traffic, and she lost another fifteen minutes. Jenny texted her asking where she was, but she was too embarrassed to answer, and she thought she’d still make it. Then she couldn’t find the right entrance at the airport, then there was the security check, and then…

She found Jenny and Mike standing in the departure zone, with Hannah and her parents gone. She hadn’t made it. She was late again.

She talked to Hannah afterwards, and she said that it was fine, but she knew it wasn’t. She might not see one of her best friends for years, and she had missed her chance to say goodbye.

It was devastating. But at least something good came out of it, as she finally realized that her problem was just destroying her life. She’s really working on it now. The thing she learnt recently is that if you want control over your life, you need to get stuff in order. Not just time management – everything!

She’s also thinking of getting a summer job when the school year ends, to earn some money to visit Hannah. She hopes she doesn’t get fired for being late all the time!

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This is Denise. We all like shopping, right? You know – those moments when you feel down and say to yourself: “Why don’t I just go to the mall and buy everything I want?” And then you come home with numerous bags containing things you actually don’t need, but you have a strange feeling of relief? Well, Denise can tell you that sometimes this seemingly innocent habit can become obsessive, and even dangerous.

She was in high school when her life suddenly turned into hell. Everything was going perfect – a loving family, nice friends, a wonderful boyfriend. When everything is going fine, at some point you start suspecting that it can’t last forever. And indeed, during her sophomore year, things started crumbling. Her parents had a huge argument and didn’t talk to each other. She even heard some conversations about a divorce. Denise became nervous because of these family problems, and couldn’t concentrate on her studies. Her grades went down.

Unfortunately, for the first time in her life, Denise had a nervous breakdown, and had no idea how to handle it. The worst thing was that she had no one to confide in – her parents had their own problems to deal with, and she had neither a best friend nor a boyfriend anymore. She didn’t want to bother people who weren’t very close to her, and she didn’t want to get too personal with them either. She had only one choice left to her – to deal with her problems on her own. Denise found her very own way to decrease her stress levels, which was…shopping!

She remembers once how her parents had a particularly heated argument, and she escaped from the house just to be on her own in silence for a while. “Where can I go?” she thought. Of course, the mall! Lots of people, crowded shops, food court. A perfect place to hide from your thoughts. It would also be nice to buy herself a couple of new outfits as a distraction from her depressed mood. So that’s what she did, and she really did forget about her problems completely while she was trying on new jeans and choosing herself a new handbag.

She had some money saved, and she had the opportunity to go shopping at least once a week. She was quickly becoming an addict – at some point she began to want to buy more things, more often. She was doing it not because she needed anything, but because she wanted those positive emotions she felt when shopping. After a couple of months, Denise realized that she was quickly running out of money, as well as space in her room to keep all the things she was buying. But it didn’t bother her at all! So, she could dedicate herself to her “hobby” completely.

Actually, storage space objectively wasn’t a big problem – she didn’t even wear what she bought, so she just stored new things wherever she could. Money was a bigger problem – she spent all the money she had, and the weekly allowance from her parents wasn’t enough. She came up with an ingenious solution – she started taking cash straight from her mom’s bag. She certainly wasn’t proud of herself, but she convinced herself that it was not stealing and that her mom wouldn’t mind anyway. Of course, it was stealing and now she feels ashamed about it! But at that moment she couldn’t help it – she so needed money for her addiction.

But then one day she decided that she needed to GO BIG. She took her dad’s credit card. What was she thinking?! Her idea was that if she spent just a little bit he wouldn’t notice. But unfortunately she didn’t manage to moderate her desires. She spent a huge sum of money, around 500 bucks, and returned the card to his wallet all scared and trembling about what he would do to her when he found out. But a day passed, then three, then five, and he seemed to have not noticed a thing. And she was dying to make another raid around the shops, so she thought, why don’t I do it just one more time?

That time she just couldn’t stop, she spent and spent and spent without even trying anything on, just buying whatever she could see. Until at some point she heard that phrase that everyone dreads: “Sorry, your card was declined”. Obviously, that was the signal to stop shopping. Of course, she became worried, because why on earth would a credit card be blocked? She got her answer at home when she was greeted by her dad, who was absolutely furious. He had been called by the bank and told that there had been numerous suspicious purchases on his card, and then he noticed that his credit card was missing. Denise decided not to invent any stories, and just told him the truth.

Well, at that point her mom and dad finally united to punish her, and it was the turning point when they finally made peace. She got the attention she longed for, and after that particular shock, she didn’t even feel the urge to go shopping anymore. Now she’s obsessed with keeping fit. Well…At least it doesn’t cost money!

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You all know who Lilly Singh is, right? How could you not? She’s an actress, a comedian, a huge YouTube star, and a social media celebrity of the highest degree! She also has a huge heart and believes in empowering young woman (and everybody for that matter) to be their best most powerful selves.

Lilly Singh is amazing, and we’re sure she always has been BUT before she was famous she was just a kid doing all those things kids do – hanging out with friends and family (she has lots of cousins), playing video games, and finding ways not to be bored, like watching horror movies and telling each other scary stories, and playing with each others imaginations.

When she was younger all of her cousins would go to her house to hang out with her and her sister. The parents would all head off to work and the kids would all look after each other – immigranthustle.

One day, just after their parents left, they were all piled onto the couch playing video games when the phone rang. Her older cousin answered it, said hello a few times, but nobody was there. Weird, but maybe just a wrong number, or at worst a crank call.

Lilly and her cousins got back to their video game, and had played for a little while when the phone rang again. This time another cousin answered and the same thing happened, nobody was on the other end, or at least they weren’t saying anything. It was a little scary, what kind of evil demon of a person would do that to a bunch of kids?

At that point Lilly and her cousins could have come up with some good rational reasons for the phone calls – like a wrong number, a bad connection, a telemarketer, etc. BUT that’s not what a bunch of kids home alone do, so instead they came up with a whole story about how some evil demon or person was trying to get to them and do bad things!

They decided they needed a master plan, a way to make sure their story didn’t turn out to be a scary horror story. Now, keep in mind, this was right around Christmas and they had just finished doing a Home Alone marathon.

They began by documenting all of the calls that came in and capturing every detail. This would help them come up with their plan for scaring away the evil demon, or whatever – the evil telemarketer. On day three they received more calls than usual and they felt it was definitely a sign. They brainstormed their plan.

Was it a robber? A spirit? A demon? The possibilities were endless. Their planning was interrupted when one of their cousins stopped them as said “hey, didn’t you guys hear that?” Now, Lilly hadn’t heard anything, but what was the fun of that, and, if there was some demonic Christmas Home Alone presence there with them, she didn’t want to be the first to go just because she didn’t believe it was real. She wasn’t going to be THAT kid in the horror movie. Or one of those ghost stories.

It was time to take action. They all gathered up all the utensils from the kitchen drawers and then executed their plan : lock themselves in their parents bedroom and wait it out. But before they locked themselves in the room they strategically placed three little porcelain pigs in the hallway that could warn them if something trampled that way.

Hours went by with them locked in the bedroom, pacing, sweating, stressing and terrified. But, eventually their need for Oreos overcame them so they ventured into the kitchen and felt so relieved, and silly for acting so scared and ridiculous. UNTIL they noticed that one of the little pigs had been knocked over.

They freaked out, and around the house, and then finally decided it was time to take a stand – it was either them, or the demon! They searched the entire house with their forks and butter knives ready. But of course, they found nothing.

A couple of hours later her parents returned home and all their cousins left. End of story, right? Well, they never felt anymore evil presences, and the phone stopped ringing, but, you never know.

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This is Doris, and she has a story to tell about her constant frustration. She’ll tell it to you straight: she’s the opposite of good-looking. That is, she’s simply ugly. It’s not that she’s an attention-seeker or anything who wants to hear things like “Oh no, Dory, you’re so pretty, don’t say that!” In her opinion, no one in their right mind would call her pretty.

Your looks are a genetic lottery, as they say. And in Doris’ case, she didn’t get a single correct number called out. Both her parents look fine, and no one knows whom she takes after. She’s also totally healthy, has no impairments or deformations, and it’s only her face that startles people. Her older brother also looks fine, just like her parents.

Doris would be happy to tell you that she’s now accustomed to seeing her reflection, but in actual fact, even now she wants to call the exorcist every time she sees herself in the mirror. However, it feels so nice that she can be humorous about it now instead of telling a dramatic story full of suffering. But she hasn’t always had this relaxed attitude towards herself. As you can imagine, over the years she’s compiled a truly golden compilation of “motivational” phrases and insults that an ugly person might receive throughout their life. When she was little, it was a bit easier to live with her looks. Toddlers normally don’t notice such things. But their parents do. She still remembers some of the comments that were expressed to her parents when they were in a play park: “Oh, it’s much more important for a girl to be nice and pleasant than to have good looks, isn’t it?” And she remembers seeing her mom’s sour expression.

Doris’ parents have always supported her. They’ve never called her a beauty, but they’ve taught her to truly understand what her strong and weak points are. That’s turned out to be very helpful during her life. Her problems with self-acceptance started when she first went to school. You know how cruel kids can be. She heard nasty comments of every kind – mocking, derogatory, and just plain offensive.

She even ended up finding some friends after all. Doris has a kind personality, and people like talking to her. But there’s always another benefit of being friends with a person like her: Doris’ pretty friends looked absolutely stunning in comparison with her. So that was her social role at school – “the ugly friend”, although that definitely sounds better than “outcast” even if it kills your dignity. Obviously, Doris thought, she wasn’t going to find a boyfriend – never ever. Her normally good spirits started to go down, and she was pretty depressed at the time.

And so, Doris was depressed. All of her efforts to improve the situation didn’t work. No one was attracted to her. But she had always done her best to deal with every situation with humor, because it’s easier to survive things by laughing than by suffering. Once, someone witty gave her the nickname “Yoda”, because – well you know, from a certain angle they looked like twins. And that’s what they started calling her at school. She thought it was somehow funny, because no one meant to offend her by calling her it, so she decided to take it to an absurd extreme: She started cosplaying Yoda! She spoke like Yoda, she called everyone “young padawan” and was always giving out wise comments. And once for Halloween she went to school dressed as and wearing makeup like master Yoda (not that she needed too much makeup, to be honest). It was an enormous success! Finally, people appreciated her good nature and started laughing with her, not at her!

That’s when she understood that maybe the situation was not so hopeless. She slowly won the hearts of her schoolmates and earned the reputation of school comedian number one. She came to the realization that people are cruel only towards those who are weak and embarrassed, and praise those who are strong and live in peace with their situation. Doris can’t blame them, that’s just how psychology works. And that’s when she thought she could find some benefits in her appearance, even if it seemed impossible. At that time, she’d had several auditions in drama schools, and had received very good feedback about her comic skill and “unusual face”. Imagine for a moment that everyone is tired of cute faces, and good actresses with non-standard looks are really valued.

So now, Doris is finally at peace with herself. After school she wants to go to an acting academy, and she likes to think that her face will be her trademark. She still looks odd, but now she’s actually proud of her looks, rather than ashamed or depressed. And that’s what she wants to tell anyone who feels embarrassed by their own peculiarities – be proud of who you are rather than ashamed, and may the Force be with you, young padawan!

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This is Jennifer, and she has a confession to make. She’s spent a lot of time hating someone very close to her, and now she’s bitterly ashamed of herself. This is her story.

She has a younger sister, Stella. She was 4 years old when her sister was born, and she remembers that she was really enthusiastic to have a little baby sister who she could play with. Well, she was still a baby herself, to be fair. But things went awfully wrong from the very beginning.

Stella was born underweight and had to be kept in the hospital. She struggled for weeks, and all the family’s relatives and friends worried about her. In the meantime, Jennifer was forgotten by everyone. Just three weeks previously, she had been the center of everyone’s attention; everyone played with her and gave her presents, and now everyone was talking only about Stella – no one even wanted to know how Jennifer was! So she found an inventive way to attract the adults’ attention to herself: she threw tantrums. But her parents very soon explained to her that a tantrum doesn’t make everyone forget Stella, and that she should be less selfish.

To be honest, she got very offended, but this passed totally unnoticed by everyone. When they finally brought Stella home, Jennifer felt nothing when she looked at that ugly screaming creature. She couldn’t play with her as they had promised. But at least she finally got her parents back! But no one was ready to spend all day playing with her any more – her parents had other, more important things to do, such as taking Stella to the doctors. Jennifer had to learn to mind her own business and to live with only half of the attention that was supposed to be all hers.

Then she went to school. Things didn’t improve. Stella remained a sickly child, and her parents were constantly dedicating their time, effort and money to curing one illness after or another. And all the while, Jennifer was just an ordinary kid with her school, hobbies, and friends. Her parents gave her attention, but not as much as she needed, and she solved her problems pretty much on her own. Her attitude to her parents became very bitter, and she started detesting that helpless monster of her sister.

When Jennifer became a teenager, things got even worse. It was always “Stella this, Stella that”, while it seemed that since she herself was no longer a child, her parents assumed their job done. She tried to rebel to get more attention, to ask for help, even to talk to them. This is when her parents explained to her that they loved her a lot, but they saw her as an independent person who didn’t need that much support. “Look Jenny, you’re strong, you can literally cope with everything! Stella is weak, she’s sick all the time, who will take care of her? But you won’t have any problems whatever the situation. We’re so proud of you!” Yeah, pride is great, but what about a bit of support?

The worst episode occurred when she was due to go to a new school in another city, and therefore had to move away from her parents for the school term. She’d been asking her parents for ages to buy her a guitar. Everything seemed fine – her sister went to school, and Jennifer thought that finally they would have a well-balanced family. She didn’t communicate much with Stella – she had little in common with her, and wasn’t eager to talk to her when she tried awkwardly to start a conversation. And she was sure that she would get her guitar. Then suddenly Stella got some lung infection and had to stay home for a couple of months, and after that the doctors said that her parents needed to take her to the seaside to convalesce for at least a month. Guess what Jennifer got in return? “Oh sorry dear, a month at the seaside is expensive, can you wait a bit?”

She was furious. Again, that little princess got everything, and now she had to leave home like a stray dog! She didn’t even try to reason with her parents that time, she just left boiling with anger and disappointment. She even imagined how wonderful life would be without Stella, and didn’t feel any sympathy towards her. Those feelings didn’t fade away during the term and she came home all bitter for Christmas. When suddenly, the time came for giving presents. And Jennifer was amazed to see Stella bring out a guitar.

She couldn’t understand what was going on. She knew her parents didn’t have any money. Stella said that it was a present from her personally. She confessed that she’d felt bad for being the reason why their parents hadn’t got Jennifer her guitar, so she spent all her personal savings on one, and even did some odd jobs during the autumn to collect money. Jennifer just broke down in tears. Now she’s trying to improve her relationship with her parents and her sister. She’s learned that hating someone without really knowing them well is childish and can backfire on you.

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I woke up James Charles, oh my god, I’m a queen.
I’m so young, I can’t believe
I’m a millionaire at 19.
I just face timed Kylie,
Told her we should collab again
got all these boys in my DMs
holy crap, this my palette!

OOOOOO, I can contour so wellllll.

Wonder if I can say the S-word, can I really say the S word?
Wuddup my sister?
Wuddup my sister?
Big ups my sister!
We up, my sister!
You spill the tea sister
Man eff y’all sisters!
Cause I’m that sister, sister, sister, sister,
I’m that SISTER!

I woke up in James Charles body
Somehow this ishhh turn into Freaky Friday
But we got no choice but to turn this ISH sideways
I can’t believe that it’s Freaky Friday
yeah its Freaky Friday
I’m in James Charles body
I’m so good at drawing and I was a covergirl.

What the eff?
I woke up and I’m Lilly Singh.
Ughhh, what the eff?
Man. This ish is real weak
How her hair get stuck up in her crack like that?
Go to do my make up and these brushes are so cheap
Are you f***ing kidding me? Wait, why my swearing bleep?
Ain’t no need to fake tan and I got coloured fans
Imma go out and finally find Lilly Singh a man!

I can have long hair without wearing a wig
Hello, my boobs are big, okay this sister’s thick!
I look at my reflection n’ wait hold up a sec
My face is beat but my foundation don’t match my neck
!hat the heck?

I woke up in James Charles body
Somehow this ishhh turn into Freaky Friday
But we got no choice but to turn this ISH sideways
I can’t believe that it’s Freaky Friday
yeah its freaky Friday
I’m James Charles body
I look at my huge views with delight, these my dream views.

If I was Lilly Singh, where were I be for goodness sake?
I’m trying to find myself like a YouTuber on a break.
I’m live streaming, ain’t no beauty drama
I dress up like my mama
My eyebrows are uneven, C’mon!

I can’t do a smokey eye but Im a Bawse doe
I unleash your inner artist, make you like Picasso
And yo, unicorns aren’t real. That doesn’t make sense.
Not with that attitude, wuddup t-shirt reference!

There you are, I miss being a snack.
Saw a daddy and something grew in my pants .
Love that, here’s a life hack
Use code James for 10% off
That was the key now we switching back.

I woke up in James Charles body
Somehow this ishhh turn into Freaky Friday
But we got no choice but to turn this ISH sideways
I can’t believe that it’s Freaky Friday

And now I’m in Casey Neistat’s body
It’s way less young than being James Charles was.

WTF AGAIN?!
I’m Gabbie Hannah.
Wait, why am I crying?

I’m Lauren Riihimaki, I’m a DIY queen.
I’m going to put some glitter on some stuff.
Yeah, I’m a DIY queen.
And I’m going to turn the saturation on this video way up.

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This is Jo. Actually, her name is Josephine, but you wouldn’t be able to imagine a person less suitable to be called Josephine. She’s a tomboy, and she’s proud of it. However, life as a tomboy is not as amusing as you might imagine. She’s faced a lot of problems, and she wants to tell you about them.

Jo had trouble communicating with other girls right from her early childhood. She remembers one time when a large group of children had gathered in one place for a party or something, and her mom gently pushed her towards the other girls and said, “go play with the dolls, make friends with someone!” She diligently started moving dolls here and there and listening to boring talk about girly problems, but all the while she kept looking at the boys, who were playing something thrilling, laughing and doing their boyish stuff. She was so envious that at some point she just silently stood up and joined them. That was the moment when the fun started for her.

Things didn’t improve as the years went by. Jo was always attracted to the world of boys, and all of her friends were boys as well. She felt at ease when she talked to them, and felt that she understood their problems and their way of thinking better. Whereas when she was around girls, she was totally clueless. Their problems were hard for her to follow, especially when they complained about boys.

Jo had to adapt her looks to her lifestyle as well. When she went out with her friends, they always did something active, like skateboarding or exploring abandoned buildings or climbing trees. For these kinds of things, you need to dress in a practical way. She found out that jeans and hoodies are much more comfortable in this respect than typical girls’ clothes, which she had always hated in any case. And that is how she has dressed her whole life. For Jo, it was always a tragedy when they made some formal visit and she needed to dress “properly”, as people would call it. A cute dress, shiny shoes, a neat hairdo… ugh. As you can probably imagine, phrases like “wear skirts, be more feminine, you’re a girl” were the things she kept hearing time and again, until at one point her parents just gave up.

It wasn’t that Jo felt she was ugly or anything, and that being a tomboy was her way of gaining confidence. She actually thinks she’s quite cute, and when she’s forced to be a girly girl she looks no worse than her peers. For her, being a tomboy is a lifestyle, and she’s happy with that. The problem was that some time ago, she’d noticed that her friends had started dating.

One of the things that people were often mistaken about was the belief that because Jo was a tomboy, she must be gay. But she’s actually attracted to boys, not girls. Ironically, she actually gets a lot of backtalking from girls who say that she’s just trying to get attention from all the boys around her. She’s never taken this seriously, because she’s never had THAT kind of attention from the boys. Which is actually the core of her problem.

Yes, she’s seeking her first romance. She has lots of boys around her. So what’s the problem, you might ask. The problem is that they don’t really see her as a girl! They know she’s a girl, of course, but they don’t want to date her, because who would date a bro? Once, there was a boy she liked, and she thought it would be wise to approach him and ask if he wanted to go out with her. And guess what – he just laughed at her! He wasn’t mean or anything, it was more something like “Sorry bro, I don’t see you as a GIRL”. Seeing the look on her face, he corrected himself: “I mean, THAT kind of a girl”. Oh thanks, now that’s much better!

This was the first time when being a tomboy had a negative effect on her life. She even tried to put on make up and a dress, but felt really weird and the boys just looked at her strange as well. She gave up and lost hope. It seemed like it was a price that she had to pay to keep the comfortable and amusing life of a tomboy. She became a bit melancholic looking at all those happy couples, and felt that something was missing from her life for the first time.

One day she was invited out to go skateboarding, but she wasn’t in the mood so she just sat there, watching her friends and thinking her sad thoughts. One of her oldest friends soon came over to sit with her and asked why she was so sad. She didn’t want to lie, so she explained everything as it really was – that no one wanted to date her because no one considered her a potential girlfriend. “Don’t cry”, he said, “I’ll go on a date with you!” She refused out self-respect. “I don’t need charity”, she said. Suddenly, he became very serious and said that he really wanted to. And so she accepted. Accidentally, she had made the same mistake all her friends had made with her – she hadn’t considered his feelings, because you don’t go on dates with buddies. Well, she was mistaken.

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This is Mike, and he has a small problem that you might be familiar with. He’s arachnophobic, which means that he’s terribly afraid of spiders. Even the word “spider” gives him the creeps if he says it out loud. However, he learned to live with his phobia after one dangerous episode. This is his story.

Mike had been afraid of spiders all his life. Some people with the same problem explain that some past scary episode with a spider prompted their phobia, typically when a spider bit them. But this is not what happened with Mike. His phobia is purely irrational; it’s stronger than the usual “fear” many people have – it’s more like a psychological condition. When he sees a spider, he doesn’t scream or jump or run away, nothing like that. Mike just freezes and can’t move a muscle, nor scream, nor even breathe. He just watches the horrible creature move, with eyes full of terror and his heart rate at 250. It’s more than ordinary fear, it resembles paralysis or shock. It’s not pleasant at all.

Mike wishes he’d been conditioned to a world full of spiders when he was still a toddler. But maybe his parents were a bit too caring in this case. When he went into a room or sat down somewhere he needed them to check every single surface so that there wasn’t a single spider within a 10-meter vicinity around him. It took time and effort, but his parents were ready to do anything to make him feel comfortable. He sometimes thought that it would have been better if they had told him to just stop being so fearful and get a grip. In this case, maybe the hypothetical spiders he’s now scared of wouldn’t have grown to such gigantic dimensions. Mike can’t blame them, of course – maybe his phobia is innate, who knows. But the thing is, today he still has to check every single inch of a space he’s in. He can’t look at pictures or videos of spiders, even the cutest ones – he comes close to either crying or fainting. All in all, it’s pretty debilitating.

What’s worse is that once at school, he involuntarily revealed his secret when he spotted a spider in the vicinity and…well, you know, he’s already explained. The bad thing is that the school bullies saw what happened, and they thought it was really funny that a guy could have problems like that. Once, one of them found a particularly fat spider and threw it at him. Another time they saw a prank video of a small dog dressed as a spider running at strangers and decided to do the same thing. They found a dachshund, dressed it up as a horrible hairy spider, and released it towards him when he least expected it. Of course, they found it funny, whereas Mike came the closest he probably ever would to a heart attack at the age of 14.

He spoke about it to his dad, who said that instead of fighting the bullies he should fight his phobia. He said that Mike could try that exposure therapy thing, when they make you get accustomed to the source of your fear by gradually increasing your contact with it: first by seeing pictures of a spider, then watching videos, then looking at a real spider, and then finally holding one in your hands. The idea terrified him, and he refused. But very soon Mike realized that maybe he ought to really consider trying it.

At the time, his dad was teaching him to drive. One day, his dad was in the passenger’s seat and Mike was driving at medium speed along a wide, empty road. Everything seemed absolutely safe and nothing could go wrong until…until Mike noticed a huge spider on the wind shield – inside, on his side! He panicked, turned the wheel left, crossing into the opposite lane, and was soon fast approaching a big tree nearby! He doesn’t remember what his dad did, but he managed to stop the car right in front of it. While they were regaining their breath, his dad said in a trembling voice, “Do you still not want to try therapy?” At that moment, he understood that it’s ok when a phobia is someone’s private business, but when you can’t control it, it can be dangerous for others as well. He had to accept his dad’s proposal.

Mike started therapy several weeks ago, and it’s going pretty slow. However, he’s already able to look at pictures of spiders and even watch a couple of videos of the cutest ones, like jumping spiders (it sounds horrible but check them out if you’re not scared – they really are the height of cuteness). It’s hard work and very stressful, but his dad has promised him a treat when he completes the full course. Mike’s always dreamed of going to Australia, but…well, you know. A person who’s afraid of spiders should probably stay away from Australia. But his dad said that when he finishes he will take the family there, and that’s turned to be a pretty strong incentive. Besides, Mike can’t wait to see his bullies’ faces when during their next prank they realize he’s not scared of spiders anymore!

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