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Posted on 10/26/2012 6:55:50 AM PDT by Snuph
Please come in, have a seat.
May I call you Debbie?
So what's troubling you today?
Yes. Yes, I understand. I hear this story from women all too frequently these days.
While he was wooing you he seemed like such a good listener, as if he really cared.
He knew all the right things to say. It was enough to make a girl swoon.
I know: His vows seemed so sincere. He seemed like he'd be such a good partner.
And it turned out that all he cared about was your "lady parts."
I know, Debbie, that this may seem like a terrible coincidence and, to be frank, I am breaking a confidence here but not only have I heard this same sad story before, I've heard it about the very same man. I shouldn't be telling you this, but I'm so tired of hearing of this guy hurting people with his suave deceptions. I'm sorry, Debbie, but since you got together with him he's seduced quite a few other women. Whether you want to forgive him, to stick with him, is up to you -- but you need to know.
If there is any good side to this, it's that so many of the others have also seen him for the person he really is, which will make it harder for him to hurt others in the future. You know what they say about payback and about a woman's scorn.
And I understand why you feel that you can only talk to me about this. Yes, I know, admitting that you were so badly fooled makes you feel a little bit stupid, like a bad judge of character. You feel like you can't talk to your friends about it, like you have to keep pretending
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