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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • Up to now I’ve only confided my thoughts to my diary.
  • — : — 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.
  • — : — 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.
  • Maybe it’s my fault that we don’t confide in each other.
  • — : — June 12, 1942 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.
  • — : — June 12, 1942 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.
  • I continued to sit with the open book in my hand and wonder why I was filled with so much anger and hate that I had to confide it all to you.
  • Who knows, maybe he doesn’t even like me and he doesn’t need anyone to confide in.
  • I’ll have to go back to being alone, without anyone to confide in and without Peter, without hope, comfort or anything to look forward to.
  • But what affected me even more was the realization that I was never going to be able to confide in Father.
  • Margot is very kind and would like me to confide in her, but I can’t tell her everything.
  • I don’t want the person I confide in to be around me all the time.
  • Why do people have so little trust in one another? I know there must be a reason, but sometimes I think it’s horrible that you can’t ever confide in anyone, not even those closest to you.
  • I’ve often imagined how nice it would be if someone were to confide everything to me.
  • I, for that matter, didn’t know him either, had never had someone I could confide in, and it’s led to this . The same question keeps nagging me: "Is it right?"
  • Besides, I can’t confide in anyone unless they tell me a lot about themselves, and because I know very little about him, I can’t get on a more intimate footing.
  • She’s jealous that Peter confides in me and not in her, offended that Dussel doesn’t respond sufficiently to her flirtations and afraid her husband’s going to squander all the fur-coat money on to— bacco.
  • We talked about how neither of us really trusts our parents, and how his parents love each other a great deal and wish he’d confide in them, but that he doesn’t want to.
  • Of course, he’s much more closed than I am, but I know from experience (even though I’m constantly being accused of knowing all there is to know in theory, but not in practice) that in time, even the most uncommunicative types will long as much, or even more, for someone to confide in.

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  • She confided in her parents.
  • She confided in me. I won’t repeat what was said.

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