True Confessions Day is a day that takes place every year on March 15, the purpose of which is to confess and discover the truth in order to liberate the mind and reach inner peace. Each of us has secrets that we do not tell. These can be small or big secrets. The secrets gnaw at our psyche and make us feel stressed and guilty. Secrets destroy relationships because they cause us to hide and sometimes lie more and more, until a little secret becomes a pile of lies that undermines trust.
Confession is the best way to stop with the secrets and get away from guilt. When we reveal our secrets, we may be hurt by the results, such as being angry with us or severing ties with us. But on the other hand, the feeling of liberation after we discovered the secret is worth it. Besides, whoever truly loves us will stay with us even after he discovers our worst secrets.
The source of True Confessions Day
True Confessions Day was created by Thomas and Ruth Roy from the Wellcat website. Their contention is that confession is good for the soul. If you're going to work, tell it all. If you are planning to stay home, make an appointment with the mirror and tell it everything.
Not sure they are the ones who invented this day, but its purpose according to all the publications about it is that this day is meant to motivate people to confess guilt or secrets in order to move forward from troubles and clear their conscience.
How to celebrate True Confessions Day?
Celebrating the day of confession of truth is very simple. Make a true confession about the secret that oppresses you in front of your loved ones. This way you will be left without guilt and relaxed by releasing this secret that you have kept in your stomach for so long. Confessing to the secret will create openness in the relationship and make it stronger. In case the discovery of the secret will ruin the relationship, a sign that it was not good for you in the first place. Encourage other people around you to confess to feeling good. If you still do not want to share your secret with others, write it down in a diary or stand in front of the mirror to confess. Share your thoughts on social media using the hashtag #TrueConfessionsDay.