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confession

[kənfesh′ən]
an act of seeking expiation through another from guilt for a real or imagined transgression.

confession,

n in spiritual and psy-chological practice, a process of acknowledging, repenting, and seeking forgiveness for mistakes.

Patient discussion about confession

Q. How can I confess to my girlfriend that I am bipolar? Not that it really matters, since I cannot attract a woman to save my life, but I was wondering if there is ever a good time to say, "Hey, I am bipolar" and anticipate the reaction. As a bipolar man who is looking for some love and sex, how should I handle the topic, if at all?

A. Thanks JennJ. I think you're right about the group mentality. Thanks.

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According to media reports Dr Asim Hussain was presented by the police in the court of Judicial magistrate and he confessed the accusations laid down in the case which was got registered by Rangers authorities.
Alayne Conway, an Army spokeswoman, told the AP on Friday that a man in custody in Iraq confessed to killing Maupin.
While in custody, the defected colonel confessed to collaborating with rebels from the Free Syrian Army in Turkey to establish a rebel brigade in Tripoli, the source said.
However, he told judges yesterday that he confessed to the charges because he was afraid of being mistreated in police custody.
I said to him that he'd confessed before, so why not confess again but this time make sure it stood up legally.
I said to him that he'd confessed before, why not confess again but this time make sure it stood up legally.
Since Breivik, 33, has confessed to the July 22 attacks the key issue that remains unresolved is his mental health.
confessed that he was going to buy heroin capsules from G.
that OJ Simpson had confessed to her producers that he had indeed killed his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, Ronald Goldman.
In 2002, she confessed to the murder of Mohammadkhani's wife, Laleh Saharkhizan.
Four in 10 adults admitted they were happy to commit a crime by using a mobile phone when driving, while 24% confessed to stealing from work.
citizen of Lebanese origin facing trial on terrorism charges in the United Arab Emirates confessed under torture, and his case should not be heard in a UAE court, his lawyer told a court on Monday.