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Thank God The Holiday Season is Over Posted on Feb 15, 2007 at 12:48 PM
Now we can move onto other occasions, St. Pattys (no date needed here), Easter (good for the kids), Mothers Day (my personal favorite). If you all must know, my ex spent VD having his current girlfriend call me and brag. A lot of fun huh?
Valentines Day is a Big Lie Posted on Jan 28, 2007 at 04:46 PM
Does ANYONE celebrate this?? Celebrate what??? Someone feels guilty, and therefore buys roses and candy? Why is this such a stupid excuse for a holiday. If you get a present or a big dinner out, you think "Wow, I'm better than the other women". What message is this sending our daughters? "YOU ARE NOTHING without a man". I have never had anyone (even during marriage) make this stupid day worth anything. It just makes me afraid to go shopping, can't stand all the Pepto-Bismol pink crap everywhere.
My experience with a player Posted on Sep 02, 2006 at 05:04 PM
This is for Carla and all the others. If you are reading this, you probably think I'm a monster, but let me explain. Obviously, you chose to stay with Randy despite my comments. Can't blame you, he is a dream come true at the beginning of a relationship. I met him in March of 1988. It was love at first sight. We got engaged two weeks later. I moved in with him 3 months later. He was the most wonderful man I ever met. He called our little condo "our nest" (this was before he made his money). Several women warned me about him, but I chose not to listen. My friends would see him with other women and call me at work to tell me. A year later, we broke up. He was not ready to get married, and did not want children at all. I got deeply depressed for 2 years. We both married others, I had two daughters who are now 12 and 9. 4 years ago, I decided to go into Real Estate, and I located Randy, since I figured he must be successful, and I would like to talk to him. He told me he thought of me often, even when he was in bed with his wife. He said he was so glad I found him. He got divorced, and a year later, I did, not because of him exactly, but having him tell me he loves me and wants to be together was a big motivator. We saw each other once a month for a couple years. In January, I went to see him like usual. The first thing I saw in his house was a picture of his ex-wife practically naked, on display. I got upset since he had just moved in and wasn't even finished unpacking yet. He spent the next few days constantly on his cell phone, ignoring me. I got upset and cried, which was a HUGE mistake, he can't stand crying for ANY reason. I left early and as usual, 2 weeks later, he was calling me again since he was horny. He kept putting off seeing me because he was busy working on his house. In reality, he was lining up women on the Internet. We had phone sex for the last time in May. Shortly after that, I called him and a girl answered, saying she was his girlfriend. I talked to him a couple times after that and he told me he had a girl staying with him, but he also had one in Vegas, Texas, Florida and Panama. On August 19, I called and he had just picked up some woman in a bar and was trying to have sex with her, but wanted me to listen. Now he tells me I'm fat and ugly. I haven't changed my looks in 3 years. As a mother of two preteen daughters, I hate this behavior, and want to warn others. Unfortunately, he is so charming at the beginning, we all fall for him. So thats my story. Thank you for hearing me out.
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What Goes Around, Comes Around? Posted on Jul 21, 2006 at 10:29 AM
Do you believe that if you hurt someone badly, eventually it will come back to haunt them? I've been told this many times, but I don't believe it. Some people seem immune to this. They continue to hurt other people and then continue on their merry way. Why is this?
"Contact the comment owner..." Posted on Jul 21, 2006 at 10:10 AM
If a profile sounds perfect, has many glowing remarks from others below it, with a couple that have the default "contact the comment owner", would you do so to get the REAL scoop? I would like to find the red flags if I could, to make an educated decision. Would you?
Emotionally available? Posted on Jul 16, 2006 at 11:04 PM
Men and women, what do you think this means? Just curious. Can a man be really emotionally available?
Men Who Lie Posted on Jun 01, 2006 at 12:10 PM
Women, you have to take these profiles with a grain of salt (a margarita too!). I know someone on here personally, and he is NOTHING like his profile. He is narcisstic and rude, but he attracts women with his wonderful words, compassion, sensual, loves you deeply, etc. Then he treats you like dirt if you don't do what he says, or if you have a flaw. Don't believe everything you hear.