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ThaliaAnderson Featured By Owner May 24, 2013
Sweetie, it's okay. I'm eighteen & I've never been asked out. It's okay to not be ready yet. (:
MonsturNao Featured By Owner May 20, 2013  Student Artist
I have a similar situation, I've been asked out before by three guys (different times though..)and I turned them down because I wasn't ready yet..Trust me everyday at my School I see couples holding hands, kissing, hugging

each other, playing around, and it hurts my heart..Because I turned down three guys and that could have been me..But I also learned the relationship wouldn't have worked out anyways because I wasn't ready yet..In fact when I got my First boyfriend a year ago we broke up because he always wanted to kiss me and I rejected him not feeling ready yet, and in the end I broke up with him..Though the same day he was planning to brake up with me, pretty ironic XD and my Mom liked him a lot so she always text's him acting like me begging to get back with him ._.

Anyways sorry for the lots of words >n>
TheInsanityOfTheSane Featured By Owner May 19, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Holy crap! This is me!
Except I'm glad we didn't go into a relationship because I know we wouldn't work out.
Gauntness Featured By Owner May 8, 2013  Hobbyist
Hey kids! Don't go in a relationship just because "everyone else has a boy/girlfriend" or because others think you're a loser if you haven't lost your virginity at an early age. It's stupid. You are 15 and still a child. Be one. Don't do something if you're not ready. It doesn't matter how old (or young) you are when these things happen. It's about that you are happy and confident and ready and with a person you really REALLY like, whatever your age is.

I was 22 when someone asked me out for the first time. It's not about your age, it's not about everyone else because they yadayada. Do it when YOU are ready. You have to be a little selfish about these things, because if you're not happy in a relationship (whatever the reason is), you can't and won't make your partner happy either. Trust me, I was there. Loving someone who doesn't love you back, it's... the worst kind of pain I have ever experienced. Don't promise someone that you love him/her when you don't or can't. You have to be sure.

Don't feel bad about your friend. He will get over it. Of course it hurts him a little, that's what happens when someone likes other and gets rejected. That's life.

I am SO happy that I'm no longer a teenager :phew: That time was horrible.
waiting-for-wings Featured By Owner May 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
i'm almost 19 and i've never been asked out...
MonsturNao Featured By Owner May 20, 2013  Student Artist
Aw don't worry, you'll get asked out someday, so don't lose hope :thanks:
waiting-for-wings Featured By Owner May 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
awww thanks sweetie :hug:
MarianaCepas Featured By Owner May 6, 2013
Ask your self this question:


And try to do something about it.
Faithwoe Featured By Owner May 6, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
lol ive never been asked out :< prob cause i have low self esteem issues still ._.
and i'm quite awkward around people that i hardly talk to... :L
jlucydaisuke Featured By Owner May 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
If you weren't ready, you weren't ready--And that's okay. And that's great to recognize. In some ways... Maybe you can see it as even more of a mature move that you're able to recognize when you and and aren't ready to be like a relationship, or when you want to be just friends. >_< I know it probably seems sad and confusing and everything, and this is like... Sounding like a broken record, but it's because the others are right, too: You've got time. So have a good time being friends. If more happens later, awesome. If you end up with a good friend and they stay a friend, also awesome. : )

You'll know when it's right--And it's okay if it's a little later-on. I was twenty-four, almost twenty-five. No regrets at all. >_<

Hope you're feeling a lot better soon. And... Hey, I applaud you for this.
urmothermuhahaha Featured By Owner May 5, 2013
Don't worry about it kid...

the longer you wait the more meaningful things seem to be
it took me until I was 19 to even be in a relationship

you learn the hard way that people change, friends are not who they used to be
but the people that stick with you through that change will be there forever.
FleetastheWind Featured By Owner May 5, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
If he really loves you and is right for you, then he'll wait, and he'll forgive.
Fabnormal Featured By Owner May 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Well I'm 16 and I've never kissed a boy, is that so wrong?
It doesn't matter, in time things will happen and be good. If you're not ready, you're not ready, that's all
koshplappit Featured By Owner May 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh my god. The exact same thing happened to me! Sucks don't it? Just stay friends. Hang in there. If you react by saying you're not ready, chances are you aren't.
Cyluho Featured By Owner May 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's okay if you haven't dated even though you're 15, this isn't a matter of age. If it's so breaking your heart, tell him you were wrong... tell him the truth. Maybe send him this secret? You'll see, he might understand :)
grj-tardis Featured By Owner May 5, 2013
it seems very grim now hun, but you have lots of time ahead of you! there will be many happy years to be with someone you love, you may just have to wait a little longer to find them :)
limeheer Featured By Owner May 5, 2013
15 is young to be dating
Kokorookaikasuru Featured By Owner May 5, 2013  Student General Artist
If you aren't ready, you aren't ready. When I was asked out at your age and accepted, the relationship only lasted three days because I wasn't ready for it. Wait, and when you're ready there'll be another chance.
iammemyself Featured By Owner May 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I wasn't asked out until I was older than you and I didn't take him up on it. It's better to wait. You're young. Make sure you have your life in order first.
valkyrie1858 Featured By Owner May 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I can connect, at fifteen I had a boyfriend and loved him so much, but I have insane attachment and trust issues, which conflicted eachother the whole time I've been with him, and it kills me because he loves me, and I love him, but really, he loves me, and I don't know if I can trust him...even though I can.
randomfreakygothgirl Featured By Owner May 5, 2013  Professional General Artist
Good job.
Tamani13 Featured By Owner May 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know 15 years feels like a long time. After all, it's been your whole life. Honestly though, I don't think being 15 and never being asked out is very old at all. Most "relationships" at that age don't add up to much to be honest. I don't really remember if I was asked out at all, I don't think I was. It might be my faulty memory but I can't think of anyone asking me out prior to university. I suppose I was a bit of an ice queen sometimes....

Anyway, don't sweat it too much. You're still young and you have plenty of time to find the right person and to just live your life. Don't date for the sake of dating. If you get into a relationship, make sure it's with someone you truly care about as more than just a friend.
ExSakura Featured By Owner May 5, 2013  Student General Artist
I agree with you. I'm 15 myself, but I know there's still a lot more time for dating and other things. That's why I decided not to date in high school; because the relationships "don't add up to much," like you said.

To the secret teller--your heart may be breaking now, but there will be plenty more people who will come along to fix it.
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