Clueless, Naive, 52 Year Old Idiot Cheats on “Woman Of His Dreams”
If you felt like this woman was the “girl of your dreams,” there was no reason to cheat on her – well, not that cheating in other contexts is okay. I am baffled. He says this new girlfriend was the “girl of his dreams,” but he still cheated on her? Idiot.
He feels that getting re-baptized at a church would some how convince her to stay with him and not break up. Clueless.
He complains in this letter about being in “two weeks of loneliness” ever since his girlfriend broke up with him.
Oh boo hoo and SHUT UP. I’ve spent much, much longer (over a decade) single and alone, so don’t come crying to me or someone else about being single for TWO WEEKS, you dolt.
(Link): Source for the following letter.
DEAR AMY: I am a 52-year-old divorced man.
A year ago I met “Carla,” the woman of my dreams. Then last summer, I lost my job. I was under a lot of stress.
I started texting with an old girlfriend. Some conversations became sexual. I consider myself a good guy with strong morals, but I failed. The woman forwarded the texts to Carla. She was devastated and ended our relationship.
I have sent cards, flowers and many texts. Carla said she’s moving on and that I should, too. But what I did affected me so much that I was baptized at my church because I needed a fresh start.
I need to show the love of my life that I’m not playing around anymore.
I will do anything to get my girl back. It has been two weeks of loneliness, but it feels like a lifetime.
I know I shouldn’t push too hard. But I don’t want to be forgotten.
What an idiot.