April 1, 2019
Nobody in the world is going to read this so I ought to use real names. Instead of Steve, I will tell you that the breakup person is called Dennis. I am in the angry phase of coping with the dismissal letter that I received from Dennis. It's all right. Everything is all right. So I tell myself a thousand times a day.
Can't believe it
He said I was the love of his life. He said that I made him happy. Then why the "I fire you" email? I will never know - and that is all right with me. I'd rather not hear from Dennis again. Sure, the other day I was in denial but now I am closer to acceptance - I am at anger.
A bit pathetic
All right, I am going to stop thinking and writing about Dennis as it is kind of pathetic. I am a grown woman and I am acting like a teenager - this must stop and it will right here. I am moving on because that is what grown women do - right?
Don't feel sorry for me
Don't feel sorry for me. Don't get angry with me. It's just life. Dennis was not a good guy. See, I knew it all along but I didn't want to think about it or ask about it. Oprah quotes the great Maya Angelou and it goes like this:
Maya Angelou quote
When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.
This is so true! Dennis showed me who he was early on and I did not pay attention. Ladies, heed this quote because it is so very true. Plus, by writing that firing note to me, Dennis really showed me that he was a world class jerk.
Learn from my mistake
So Ladies, learn from my mistake. Over and over, Dennis told me who he was but I never ever believed it. I keep saying that this will be my last mention of Dennis but the truth is, I'm working this all out on my blog. I hope someone reads this and learns from me. I want to get through this in a healthy way. Tomorrow, I promise we will talk about something much better. I will have an alternative to obsessing and in truth, wishing that he would come back to me.