Saturday, August 25, 2012

RE: Sweet Montana Escape

Posted on Sat, Aug 25, 2012 at 8:23 AM

There's a high chance that I am wrong here, but just in case you are the
woman I think you are, (I apologize ahead of time if this is a man) and
this is addressed to who I think it is, it's time for you to move on. You
two had your history and you ended that when you broke his heart. You
continued to torture him for the next 2, almost 3 years trying to "stay
friends" and then continue to sweet talk as if you didn't know he had a
girlfriend. Let's straighten this out. Just because we live in the same
neighborhood, and you see him (sometimes with me, sometimes by himself)
walking/riding past your house, doesn't mean he wants you to chase him. If
he still wanted to be under your charm, he wouldn't be where he is now
(hence the lack of effort on his part). Between us girls, I know this is
harsh, and I don't want to hurt you. I only wish you'd end your own
suffering. He still cares about you, as a human being; as a compassionate
person should for all sentient beings. Please do not misinterpret this as a
second chance for you to 'steal' him back. It only means he wishes you the
best in life, a life without him. Despite what you have tried in the past,
I also wish you the best in life and care for you as a human being even
though I have never met you and I have only heard negative things about
you. Someday you will find a good man to love you and care for your son,
but understand that man will not be him. Your ex has his own life to live.
Now, you continue to "walk that way", and he will continue to walk wherever
he chooses to walk. If we happen to meet in the meantime, we will keep
civil and continue to walk our own paths. "Namaste" From: New Girlfriend of
2010 To: Ex Girlfriend of 2009 "Namaste"


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