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    Sensible answers please.

    I feel guilty for doing the smallest thing wrong! If i go a day without working, then I feel guilty.
    If I say "no" to something, which isn't my problem anyway, I feel guilty.
    If I decline a Facebook invite, I feel guilty
    The smallest things that don't matter in reality make me feel guilty.
    How can I toughen up and become more confident and assertive?

    I need some advice as I have no idea how to overcome this - I know it won't happen overnight though :/
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    I think this is because you don't have enough self confidence.
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    Find someone in a relationship & get them to cheat with you.

    The guilt about this will be so overwhelming, you won't even notice the tiny guilt from other stuff anymore, thus solving your problem.
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    (Original post by minouch)
    I think this is because you don't have enough self confidence.
    I made a note of this already but if you could give real advice this would help
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    Just try not to think too much. Try to keep busy when these thoughts are in your mind. You can talk to your friends or if you don't have any write a diary, this will definetly help you.
 
 
 
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