BetsyG writes about a past love.
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.
BetsyG looked up a boyfriend from the past and opened not a can of worms but an old sachet box that surprisingly still has a trace of fragrance.
Mr. S broke up with BetsyG, blindsiding her. Here she reflects on what failed.
BetsyG’s friend Jackie made the classic mistake of thinking she had something going with a guy she knew electronically. How do you avoid the perils of e-mail relationships? BetsyG explains in this essay.
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.
BetsyG had her heart broken–badly–and avoided love for years. She finally fell for someone, only to have him break up with her too. In this essay she ponders the question of whether she’ll go for it again, or if maybe loving and losing isn’t worth it.
If you’ve ever had your heart broken, you know it’s not easy to put your heart out there again. This essay is about BetsyG’s experience with heartbreak and the fear with which she faced the next potential love.