Feb 08 2013

Things I Want to Say to Ex-Lovers

When a relationship or encounter ends, I do my best to always be gracious. After all, it does no good to express a bunch of anger to the person. I prefer the high road – walk away without saying anything I might regret later and look at the whole thing as a positive experience and a lesson learned.

It also doesn’t make sense to give them all the detail about why I’m breaking it off, if I’m the one walking away. A simple, but kind, “moving on” message is best.

I also try to maintain some of my own dignity.  Begging them not to leave me would be rather unbecoming, wouldn’t it?  Not that I usually want to, but there have been a couple of times. I could make it hard for them, but I never do. No, I exhibit self-control and graciousness.

Don’t I sound so mature?

The truth is that while I make sure to be gracious and sweet on the outside, there are all sorts of emotions and thoughts flying around on the inside. Those are the things I propecia length of prescription want to say, but I don’t. Why don’t I?  Because I don’t want the result that saying them would have. There’s no point.

But this morning as I was having some of those those thoughts, it occurred to me – http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=accutane-side-affect I have a blog! I really here can say them.

I wonder if each of my ex-lovers would know which statements apply to him. Interesting thought. Some apply to more than one person and, in some cases, several statements apply to the same man.

So, here they are, in no particular order.

  • You’re feeling guilty follow now?  Really?  Don’t you think you could have thought about that follow before you came in my mouth?
  • I’m not stupid. Just tell me the truth. I would have preferred that to your avoiding me for days or weeks.
  • I loved you. I still love you.  I’m pretty sure I always will.
  • You really weren’t that good.
  • Every single time I think of you I smile. 
  • I faked it.  Every time.
  • I didn’t really leave you because I needed more time for my family.  I left you because of your incessant talk about wanting a threesome.
  • Yes, your dick http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=levitra-use-feedback source url is too small and you need to develop some other skills to make up for that. 
  • This might have worked if you could carry on a conversation. 
  • You really hurt me. I know you apologized, and I know you did what you felt you had to do at the time, but you could have done it differently. I deserved better.
  • Your constant pressure to come out and play at night when you knew that was family time for me was just too annoying. It felt like harassment. And when you acted hurt because I said my kids were more important that fucking around I was just blown away (and not in a good way). Buh bye.
  • Damn, I miss you.
  • Your veiled threat to tell my husband was not a good idea. I can’t believe you would even consider such a thing. Do you really want this to become ugly when it doesn’t have to?
  • You’re judging source me?  Seriously? You went shopping for a woman on a site for married people, you found a married woman, and now you’re making a moral judgement about follow link me? What’s wrong with you?
  • Fuck you, Asshole!!!
  • Quoting my own words from PWK to me constantly was really creepy.
  • No, this affair isn’t all about you. It’s about me, too.
  • My time with you was one of the best experiences of my life. I wish it could have continued.
  • Why didn’t you pursue me harder, make an attempt to show me you were really interested or, better yet, just tell me you wanted me? I can’t read minds.
  • You killed it for me when you asked if we could pray together for forgiveness after we had just screwed around.
Ahhh…..that feels better. Sometimes you just have to get that stuff out.


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  1. Clem

    Yup, been there, a few of those strike very closely

  2. Bob Archer

    This is awesome. You are awesome.

  3. Kat

    And you, Bob, are very sweet. You’re making me blush.

    Clem, it’s amazing, isn’t it? It’s an uncommon experience that can also be very common.

  4. Anonymous

    Great list, sounds like a decent mix of the good, the bad, and the “wish I hadn’ts”. At least there are a few highlights worth remembering and the remainder to learn from.

  5. Advizor54

    OMGOSH!! I didn’t know if was going to laugh or cry. The last one was amazing, and some where heartbreaking, others, well, I can imagine the back story for each one and I loved it.

    Great post, and something ALL of us think about. Well done.

  6. Adelie W

    Great list! I can definitely relate to a lot of those.
    But, that last one… that’s all yours. Wow! I just… wow.
    Have you ever seen the movie Good Luck Chuck? There is a scene in that movie that is similar to that.

  7. Anonymous

    I ruled out 1, 11, 13, 14, 16, 20.
    I hope its not 4, 6, 8, and hope for sure you don’t feel like 15.
    7? don’t know, I mentioned it more than once as I remember, but is that “incessant”?

    Ok, guilty of 2 … I should have handled that better

  8. Kat

    Anon 5:34 – Now you have me wondering. Who are you? I know who you *can’t* be….Hmmm

  9. Anonymous

    From that I gather that being guilty of 2 is not that seldom 🙂

  10. Kat

    Haha. No, but it has happened more than once.

  11. Mr. Dryden

    This is Epic. Loved it! xo!

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