And did you regret it?
Cheating. It's bad on so many levels-but you probably know at least one person who's done it (or who's still doing it), right? It starts in school (Uy, pakopya naman diyan!) and for some people,
Cosmo girls share real stories about relationships they've lied about.
In the dating scene, people often tell little white lies in an effort to put their best foot forward. And when things start to develop, you begin to get a little more comfortable. You'd think the lying would stop once
D-R-A-M-A.
If high school left you unscathed, you're one of the few lucky ones. At a time when we were all just trying to balance our hormones, studies, crushes, and annoying parents, everything was ~extra~ dramatic, amirite? Even those who wanted
Two words: 'Hu u?'
Depending on how your previous relationship ended, even when you're the happiest, most content person rn, sometimes, the mind slips and your ex suddenly pops in your head. If you didn't get any closure, you probably relive the
'Pinapatawad mo na po ba ako?'
It's Mother Day, so we asked Cosmo girls for all the things they want their mothers to know. What have you always wanted to tell her? These Cosmo Confessions were submitted via Curious Cat. Answers have been edited for clarity.
What's bothering you?
No relationship is perfect, everybody knows that. Sometimes, especially after a big fight, you just wish you could change some things about your partner. For today's Cosmo Confessions, we asked the readers exactly that."[The] only thing I want to
*picks mouth off the floor*
Valentine's Day triggers a lot of emotions-for those with significant others and those who are flying solo. Think about your best and worst V-Day stories. Which one stands out the most? Good or bad, we asked Cosmo readers
The heartbreak is real.
Breakups hurt like hell-some more than others. It doesn't matter how many relationships you've been in, it's always a different kind of pain. For our first round of Cosmo Confessions, we asked our readers: What&#
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