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I grew up poor white trash but made it out-I stay distant from my white trash relatives

Posted Oct 1, 2018 21:12 by anonymous
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  • Commented Oct 1, 2018 21:34 by anonymous

    Your doing the right thing and went the right direction moving forward and changing the direction of your family tree. I think not loaning money or giving money is the your next best decision. There is a golden rule never loan or give money to friends or family. When I was growing up there was a girl she always smiled and said hi to me. I grew up in a family that was well off both my parents worked we wasn’t millionaires but was comfortable. I became good friend with Pepper she didn’t have the designer clothing like the other girls. I always admired he how upbeat she always was honestly I had more respect for her than any of my friends. She actually became close friends to all of my friends by our junior years. Her mom was a Heroin addict and her father suffered from mental illness. I never talk to her about it she never brought it up, one time she asked me to drive her to her dads house he was former military. He lives in a mobile home in the woods and was running around the woods with his gun. She ran up giving him a hug and asked if he was scooting and if she could help him. She introduced me to him he was nice shaking my hand but evidently suffering from some kinds of mental illnesses. We went inside I didn’t feel comfortable leaving her there for the weekend. But she seemed happy and I left her there and seen her the next week. Two of my other friends both guys agreed since we work to take her shopping for clothing. We took her to the mall and told her to pick what she wanted it was hard getting to agree to get clothing but she did on our insistence. There was no sexual friendship between us she was very beautiful trust me. She was my very good friend she dated different guy thru high school. They knew she had the three of us as god friends and always treated her good. I’ve tried for year to find her on Facebook but never had any luck. I don’t thing your family class or even upbringing determines who you’ll become as a person. There are many people coming from weathy families that aren’t good people. Thanks for sharing because it reminded me of my best friend girl. Wishing you the best life with happiness and good health

  • Commented Oct 1, 2018 22:56 by anonymous

    “Your doing the right thing and went the right direction moving forward and changing the direction of your family tree. I think not loaning money or giving money is the your next best decision. There is a golden rule never loan or give money to friends or family. When I was growing up there was a girl she always smiled and said hi to me. I grew up in a family that was well off both my parents worked we wasn’t millionaires but was comfortable. I became good friend with Pepper she didn’t have the designer clothing like the other girls. I always admired he how upbeat she always was honestly I had more respect for her than any of my friends. She actually became close friends to all of my friends by our junior years. Her mom was a Heroin addict and her father suffered from mental illness. I never talk to her about it she never brought it up, one time she asked me to drive her to her dads house he was former military. He lives in a mobile home in the woods and was running around the woods with his gun. She ran up giving him a hug and asked if he was scooting and if she could help him. She introduced me to him he was nice shaking my hand but evidently suffering from some kinds of mental illnesses. We went inside I didn’t feel comfortable leaving her there for the weekend. But she seemed happy and I left her there and seen her the next week. Two of my other friends both guys agreed since we work to take her shopping for clothing. We took her to the mall and told her to pick what she wanted it was hard getting to agree to get clothing but she did on our insistence. There was no sexual friendship between us she was very beautiful trust me. She was my very good friend she dated different guy thru high school. They knew she had the three of us as god friends and always treated her good. I’ve tried for year to find her on Facebook but never had any luck. I don’t thing your family class or even upbringing determines who you’ll become as a person. There are many people coming from weathy families that aren’t good people. Thanks for sharing because it reminded me of my best friend girl. Wishing you the best life with happiness and good health”

    Thank you for your kind words. I needed some understanding tonight and you have that to me. I appreciate you.

  • Commented Oct 1, 2018 23:07 by anonymous

    I know just where you are coming from. Your life sounds like a copy of mine . We were poor wore handed clothes didn't look and dress like other kids so got bullied in school . Other kids enjoyed a summer vacation from school while we worked our families small farm to grow and put away what we would eat that fall winter . Now I'm Married paid my way through community colleges have a successful career and we to give back to the community we grew up in . God's blessings to you .

  • Commented Oct 1, 2018 23:15 by anonymous

    You don't interact with your white trash relatives, but you are close with your brother, and have a relationship with your parents; however shaky.
    Sounds like you have a dysfunctional family-but relationships, nonetheless.
    Waste of 10 minutes Ill never get back

  • Commented Oct 1, 2018 23:18 by anonymous

    Thanks for sharing your story. You are a very good person. God bless you always.

  • Commented Oct 2, 2018 03:10 by anonymous

    I can relate to you. I was born poor, a street kid actually. I was bullied at school. i financed my education by providing sex to rich older women. Today, like you, i am successful. I agree that there is no point in revisiting the toxic places we came from. Have a great life.

  • Commented Oct 2, 2018 10:40 by anonymous

    “I know just where you are coming from. Your life sounds like a copy of mine . We were poor wore handed clothes didn't look and dress like other kids so got bullied in school . Other kids enjoyed a summer vacation from school while we worked our families small farm to grow and put away what we would eat that fall winter . Now I'm Married paid my way through community colleges have a successful career and we to give back to the community we grew up in . God's blessings to you .”

    Thank you for sharing this. Blessings back to you friend.

  • Commented Oct 2, 2018 10:41 by anonymous

    “I can relate to you. I was born poor, a street kid actually. I was bullied at school. i financed my education by providing sex to rich older women. Today, like you, i am successful. I agree that there is no point in revisiting the toxic places we came from. Have a great life.”

    You as well. Thank you for your kind words.

  • Commented Oct 14, 2018 17:28 by anonymous

    People who aren't willing to do the work to change their circumstances do not deserve to be bailed out by the rest of us. You are doing nothing wrong. You charted your own course and are making a great life for your self. Be grateful for your success and don't feel guilty.

  • Commented Nov 9, 2018 23:12 by anonymous

    Proof that hard work and dedication can change your life. Good on you man, Good on you!

  • Commented May 24, 2019 17:25 by anonymous

    I also came out of poverty. We weren't called white trash, but I suffered with low self esteem for a long time. I worked hard and changed my life too and my kids have had a much better life than I had. They have grown into really good young men that I am proud of too. Breaking the cycle of poverty isn't easy, but it's worth it.

  • Commented Apr 9, 2021 08:25 by anonymous

    Define white trash? Do they work? If they do then don’t snub them.

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