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A young wife confides in Thelma that although her husband is a good person, she thinks they make each other miserable. They can't seem to communicate and it feels like they are never in sync.
This person confides in Thelma that she is already planning to talk to her brother about what he had said. She also worries that her mother will not be able to move on after this big fight.
A mother confides in Thelma that she is worried how her teenage daughter has totally changed in personality since the start of the year, and how she avoids her father whose habits she shuns.
These parents confide in Thelma that they are very worried for their adult daughter who is being alienated and bullied at her place of work in spite of her diligence and efforts to befriend them.
This woman confides in Thelma that she has lost the courage to keep on living as her life has been filled with one hurdle after another, including being called unsavoury names by her colleagues, neighbours and even strangers.
This young woman confides in Thelma that she is losing hope of ever meeting Mr Right, and is worried about having to grow old alone.
This husband confides in Thelma that his wife pressures him to pursue wealth instead of playing video games, and expects him to be a wealthy and successful person to make her happy. He, on the other hand, wishes to live a minimalist lifestyle and has no desire for expensive things.
This woman confides in Thelma how her mother's recent passing has affected her state of mind and emotions. Also, she is facing some problems in her marriage.
A parent confides in Thelma about his strained relationship with his college-age child whom he hasn't seen in over a year, how sad he is and how he wishes she would come home.
This young woman confides in Thelma that she and her sisters see how their dad controls their mum, won't let her make her own decisions and also cheats on her.