The Ex-Book

I received this today:
—————– Original Message —————–
From: Lidia
Date: Jun 28, 2007 5:52 PM

If the story an ex posted, Jim, on theexbook.com is real, then in my opinion, its not right.
I actually took my own time through a link to find you and tell you that I think its not right to treat someone that way when love was involved.
Was it love?  What was it?

Good luck in the dating world, hopefully this experience will result in better decision making.  If what an ex wrote is not true or this is not you, then I apologize for this message.
But my ethics may be different than your own.  I just wanted to share my point of view, people deserve to be treated with respect, honesty and loyalty.  The sute does have a rebuttal section but no rebuttals were made, so either it was not cared about or unknown.
————————— end message ——————

It’s probably spam, at least that’s how I’m treating it now but we’ll see.  I looked at the website and you have to actually pay to enter it, which is why it just has to be spam.  I think that my most recent ex  has enough smarts to not attempt to smear me on the internet.

I have one ex from many years ago (1989) that I would except this from, Angela, that’s it.

There’s a few reasons why I broke up with my last girlfriend.  First reason was she was married which is a pretty fucking good reason.  Second was from a philosophical statement she said a long time ago concerning marrage.  That statement went something like this:  [Marriage is about being able to accept that your partner has faults.  If you’re ok with the faults then you will be fine.  If you cannot be ok with their faults then you should look elsewhere.] Ok, that’s a big paraphrase but that’s the gist of the statement.  Bottom line was that there were things about my ex that really drove me nuts and she never knew about them because she was never physically near me to know.  There were also things that TACT prevented me from saying.  Add it all up on top of a long distance relationship with a married woman and, well, you get the picture.  Hell, she was the first one to actually say that things weren’t working, that we had become toxic to each other.  I agree wholeheartedly.  I am no angel and she can come up with a good list of faults she found in me.  One in particular that she did tell me about was my “dark moods” and thanks to her, I recognize them and try to divert.

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~ by aeroslin on June 28, 2007.

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