Maybe he just needs someone to confide in
because he can't talk to his girlfriend.
It's more about letting her know that she can confide in
you if she needs to rather than a conversation about the birds and the bees.
Joshi was polite when he said the ship was the result of " exceptional perseverance", Antony remarked, " Now that the ship is ours, I can confide in
Finally she feels she has someone she can confide in
I just want you to listen because I want to be able to confide in
London, June 15 (ANI): It has emerged that two thirds of Britons confide in
their colleagues rather then their loved ones.
Women are most likely to confide in
a friend although 50 per cent think it's acceptable to betray a friend's trust if they confide in
Having you to confide in
must have been a great help.
What we didnt bank on was how quickly these are passed on by those we confide in
Therefore, it has always been a natural thing to confide in
your minister, provided that you truly feel that you "have faith in" or can trust him or her.
On the first page she wrote: "I hope I will be able to confide everything to you, as I have never been able to confide in
anyone, and I hope you will be a great source of comfort and support.
And why should our quite sick, blood-painting, child-murdering friend confide in
a man he doesn't know and who doesn't know him?
A HOW lucky your sister is to have someone like you to confide in
an aunt or friend's mom or even the lady you babysit for.