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Sunday Confessional: I Read His Diary, He Seems Like a Wuss!

We're scouring the juicy (but anonymous!) secrets posted on Truu Confessions and letting you weigh in. A confessor tells us the consequences of reading her boyfriend's diary:

"I found my boyfriend's diary the other day when I was looking for something to write on, never knew he had one. He wrote some pretty wussy things in there and it was kind of a turn off."


Do you think this is a big deal?

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leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 6 years
I was trying to think of a better way to phrase what I thought of the GF however I cannot so I will just say it: She comes of as a b*tch. - She opened the notebook looking for a piece of paper and discovers it is his diary; the minute she realized it's his diary, she should have closed the book. Unless a person offers you the chance to read their (private) diary, you should NEVER read it just "because". It is sneaky and causes a break in trust. - Then to think of him as a wuss for being emotional? That is extremely low and hurtful. Men feel just as much as women, however a part society continues to shun them from showing this side. Of course he would need to vent and by the sound things, she prefers a non-emotional man, so he will not verbalize his emotional thoughts to her. I doubt she would want to be dubbed a "wuss" and have her significant other think less of her for having feelings. She should be glad he feels and is not shut-off from this side of himself and/or cold. *Once again, I will say it violates trust to read another's diary.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 6 years
I was trying to think of a better way to phrase what I thought of the GF however I cannot so I will just say it: She comes of as a b*tch. - She opened the notebook looking for a piece of paper and discovers it is his diary; the minute she realized it's his diary, she should have closed the book. Unless a person offers you the chance to read their (private) diary, you should NEVER read it just "because". It is sneaky and causes a break in trust.- Then to think of him as a wuss for being emotional? That is extremely low and hurtful. Men feel just as much as women, however a part society continues to shun them from showing this side. Of course he would need to vent and by the sound things, she prefers a non-emotional man, so he will not verbalize his emotional thoughts to her. I doubt she would want to be dubbed a "wuss" and have her significant other think less of her for having feelings. She should be glad he feels and is not shut-off from this side of himself and/or cold. *Once again, I will say it violates trust to read another's diary.
kristyy kristyy 6 years
I guess this chick prefers a guy who sticks out his chest like a gorilla and acts like an arse to not be considered a wuss. She needs to go to the zoo to find a mate.
Jinx Jinx 6 years
Oh, and next tiime you discover a diary that isn't yours, put it down right away and don't read it!
Jinx Jinx 6 years
It may seem "wussy" because it is his diary, his most personal and heartfelt emotions. Just because he wrote about his feelings, doesn't mean he's a push over. Maybe be happy he can be sensitive.
Jinx Jinx 6 years
It may seem "wussy" because it is his diary, his most personal and heartfelt emotions. Just because he wrote about his feelings, doesn't mean he's a push over.Maybe be happy he can be sensitive.
Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 6 years
I think she needs to get over it. So he's a bit emotional or vulnerable or has thoughts and feelings. Perhaps you should try to talk to him about such things instead of feeling that he should "man up" about everything.
fuzzles fuzzles 6 years
I agree with a previous poster that felt that the accident portion was in coming across the guy's diary when looking for something to write on. How would she have known? But the diary should have been shut the very second that it was realized for what it was. Reading further was very much a violation of his privacy. While I don't know the basis for her actions, I feel that she needs to question herself as to why she acted as she did.
khadeekiinsz khadeekiinsz 6 years
Wtf! why can't he have a diary? I dont think that means there's a lack of communication. You dont have to tell your partner every thought and feeling.
Sumhope Sumhope 6 years
Potentially nothing... bekkachan. But why does he need to write down all these secret thoughts and hide it away from her. All thoughts that she has never heard from him before. It sounds like to me that the communication in this relationship is suffering. The fact that he cannot express himself, perhaps because hes afraid she will think he is a 'wuss'.
Sumhope Sumhope 6 years
Potentially nothing... bekkachan.But why does he need to write down all these secret thoughts and hide it away from her. All thoughts that she has never heard from him before. It sounds like to me that the communication in this relationship is suffering. The fact that he cannot express himself, perhaps because hes afraid she will think he is a 'wuss'.
Rebecca14916991 Rebecca14916991 6 years
Um, yeah. Bitch much? Also, Sumhope, what's wrong with someone having a diary?
Rebecca14916991 Rebecca14916991 6 years
Um, yeah. Bitch much? Also, Sumhope, what's wrong with someone having a diary?
Sumhope Sumhope 6 years
I would be less concerned that he is a 'wuss' and more concerned with the fact that he has a diary...
khadeekiinsz khadeekiinsz 6 years
Total bitch! wow, you wnet through his things and you think he's a "wuss". whatever..
khadeekiinsz khadeekiinsz 6 years
Total bitch! wow, you wnet through his things and you think he's a "wuss". whatever..
jelibeann jelibeann 6 years
i have to wonder where she was looking for something to write on...i can't imagine he leaves his diary on the kitchen counter...hmmm... besides the fact that she shouldn't have read it anyway
jelibeann jelibeann 6 years
i have to wonder where she was looking for something to write on...i can't imagine he leaves his diary on the kitchen counter...hmmm...besides the fact that she shouldn't have read it anyway
jazzytummy jazzytummy 6 years
What. A. B!tch.
jazzytummy jazzytummy 6 years
What. A. B!tch.
Hiding55 Hiding55 6 years
Eh, whatever. Get over it. Men have thoughts and feelings too.
totygoliguez totygoliguez 6 years
You should be ashame of yourself! Reading someones diary is very disrespectful and its out of the question. I just heat when people violate others intimacy.
LilyLyra LilyLyra 6 years
I second bonchibonger.
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