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“When my husband left me for another woman, I was crying on the phone to my best friend, who told me to I had driven my husband away because I had gained so much weight.  I was shocked and have refused to talk to her since.  Her words caused me more pain than my husband’s departure.  When I heard a year later that she had been dumped by her fiancé, who told her he was marrying an ex-girlfriend,  I sent her a card which read,  “No better for ya!”  I have never forgiven her and I never will.”

“I once told a co-worker whom I disliked intensely that her boyfriend, who she bragged about constantly was seeing a woman in another department.  She was so hurt by what I told her that she tried to run over the woman unsuccessfully and ended up spending the night in jail.  I have restrained my tongue since that day.”

“I once took a first date for an expensive dinner and a helicopter ride, (which is extremely expensive) and when I walked her to her door, I expected an invitation to come inside for a drink. But, she pecked me on the cheek, said goodnight and closed the door before I could open my mouth.  Some of these sisters out here are truly clueless when it comes to how to respond graciously to a brother’s efforts.  There should be a class somewhere that teaches date protocol to some women before they go out on an expensive date.

“I moved way too fast when I met a guy a couple of years ago, and let him move in with me after two months because I was lonely. I was tired of being alone, and this sort of poor judgment can have devastating effects.  In my case, this man raped my 12 year old daughter while I was at work, and she and I both will have to live with my mistake for the rest of our lives.”

“Three years ago, I met a woman at a wedding reception, who was visiting from out of state and we didn’t leave each other’s side for three days.  Two weeks later, I let her move in with me and my brother.  One day I came home from work early and caught her in the bed with him.”

“I met a guy at church who I just knew was an answer to my prayers.  He swept me off my feet and six weeks later I lost my mind and married him.  Ironically, the day before the wedding, I had this bad feeling that I was making a mistake, but I went ahead anyway, and moved him in with me and my twelve year old daughter, who he ended up raping repeatedly before I found out about it.”

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“I dated a guy for a couple of years who seemed genuinely interested in me and my fourteen year old daughter.  I was about to accept his marriage proposal when I found out that my daughter had let him in the house one afternoon while I was at work and he raped her and threatened to kill her if she told.”


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