The dump. Sometimes it's inevitable. Sometimes a suprise.
But if it's unavoidable what is the proper protocol? Experts weigh in.
The dumped give advice on how they think they should be dumped.
Sunday, January 23, 2011
Donald: Oh, God. I was so in love with her.
Charlie: I know. And you were flirting with her. And she was being really sweet to you.
Donald : I remember that.
Charlie : Then, when you walked away, she started making fun of you with Kim Canetti. And it was like they were laughing at *me*. You didn't know at all. You seemed so happy.
Donald: I knew. I heard them.
Charlie: How come you looked so happy?
Donald : I loved Sarah, Charles. It was mine, that love. I owned it. Even Sarah didn't have the right to take it away. I can love whoever I want.
Charlie: But she thought you were pathetic.
Donald: That was her business, not mine. You are what you love, not what loves you. That's what I decided a long time ago.
Donald: Whats up?
Charlie: Thank you.
Donald: For what?
Posted by Rachel Lee-Carman at 12:05 AM
Sunday, January 16, 2011
IT MEANS NOTHIN'...
I come from is called
1st time alone
in adult life...
it serves it's purpose....
Done my time....
think I've had
Can't some sweet pretty momma
take a chance on me ?...
cause I ain't so bad....
an outdoors oriented
(in decent weather)....
Make my living as an architect/ artist.....
have lived & worked abroad for over a decade...
and choose to be here now...
sure hoping love finds me again.
If you like what you see....
send me your pic
and you can call or text me ...
five two o - four o four - o four one two
Posted by Rachel Lee-Carman at 4:46 PM
Saturday, January 8, 2011
Posted by Rachel Lee-Carman at 8:20 AM
loves to travel,
and is looking
someone to care for.
I am a professional
who has not been with
and am now ready to start
I love the holidays
lost a small chicken this morning
If I sound like someone
you would like to know,
Posted by Rachel Lee-Carman at 8:13 AM
Talking to Tami today in the kitchen she said,
"Remember that DJ I was telling you 'bout 'while back?"
The one who his girlfriend STAYED THE NIGHT with her ex-husband after she DRANK too much?"
I remembered. She had asked me to take his number when he was on the rebound.
"He went BACK to that girl. She's been BEATING him up. They got into an argument and she was KICKING and PUNCHING him."
This story, the one about the toxic couple reuniting, has been told too many times for me to be shocked, especially someone I've never met.
Lately, however, I've been trying to figure this love stuff out.
"What is with that?" I say, voice in the pitch of frustrated understanding.
"Y'know, being so afraid of loneliness that we'd rather be in an abusive relationship than by ourselves?
What is it about loneliness that is so horrible?"
The question is not rhetorical. I want more than anything to know.
A lot of people probably wonder.
Tami shoots back an answer.
"It's not the loneliness. It's the HABIT.
A person gets USED to all the VIOLENCE and DRAMA in their life. When it's gone they LOOK for it. They MISS it. It's been a part of their life for SO LONG they don't know what to do with out it."
I apply this to every one of my relationships and replace violence and drama with emotional withdrawal and co-dependency.
Posted by Rachel Lee-Carman at 8:03 AM