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But you can't then flip out if she does tell you certain things because she won't confide in you again.
And one in 20 said they confide in work mates 'very frequently' about personal matters and 30 percent said that they regard the majority of their colleagues as true friends.
In today's fast-moving society, there is a crying need for people to confide in someone else.
If you haven't such a person you can confide in, turn first to God and then to your minister.
COUPLES in close relationships face less risk of further heart attacks than those with no-one to confide in, new research suggests.
They found that patients able to confide in someone close, a lover,friend or relative, were half as likely to suffer subsequent heart attacks than those on their own.
They found that patients able to confide in someone close, a lover, friend or relative, were half as likely to suffer subsequent heart attacks than those on their own.
But Fimbres has dozens of supporters who have attended each of her court appearances, and they scoff at the notion, saying the woman was devoted to her son and in any event was unlikely to confide in Bryant, who they said was an acquaintance.
Therefore,it has always been a natural thing to confide in your minister, always provided that you can ``trust'' him or her
Winston was riding the Alan Swinbank-trained Confide in the Border Construction Handicap and he was in front when he appeared to ease off his mount briefly inside the final furlong.
For example, if you confide in her about your period or a boy you like, explain that you'd be angry if she were to tell anyone else (even your dad).