When Mike broke up with me to go back to his ex-wife, I vowed never to go out with someone so fresh out of his marriage. That isn’t the only lesson I needed to learn from that though, as I found out in the next relationship.
My friend Eddie warned me not to get too involved when I met someone who was too fresh out of his marriage. But how do you stop yourself from falling in love? I confess, that’s a lesson I seem unable to learn.
Finally, no politics, except to say that the word from abroad is thumbs up. I have a couple of pen pals in Europe and they seem pleased with the affable, intelligent man we’ve elected president. I also have optimism about his character and what that alone will do for our country. I know I am […]
What do you do at the end of the affair? I clear out nearly every reminder of the guy who broke up with me. I just can’t help myself. But I took it a step further with a recent breakup.
Mr. S broke up with BetsyG, blindsiding her. Here she reflects on what failed.
BetsyG thought she was out of things to write about, but it turns out she had plenty to say about Mike, a birthday present, and a dilemma. What do you think I should have done?
I planned to write a cute piece about pet names and noticed something strange about my thinking: I wasn’t as happy about my pet name as I should have been. Here’s a glimpse into the secret world of a woman’s mind. It’s not a pretty place.
I was dumped by someone who was I knew on some level was no good for me. So why did I fight so hard to hold on to the guy? Greg Behrendt, author of He’s Just Not That Into You, calls it Dumpee Syndrome. Here’s my theory as to why we do it.
BetsyG-Spot reader Ms. X could relate to BetsyG’s post, Boy, Crazy!. Here’s her story about her difficulties getting past her recent failed relationship.
Is BetsyG crazy about boys or just crazy? Here she talks about how having a man in her life makes recovering from a breakup that much easier.