Boyfriend Probs: Multiply or Divide?

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If you think Breaking Up is hard to do…

Mallory loved Kevin. He was everything she had been looking for her “whole life.”

They had been hot and heavy for an entire year when the ruse was off the bloom – in a matter of speaking.

Mallory had been on her best girfriend behavior the whole time. She was the perfect girlfriend and worked on it. Meanwhile, Kevin was comfortable with her, enjoyed her -for the time being. She had no idea he was so cavalier. She assumed they were both on the same page.

They had attended three  weddings together and each time Mallory imagined herself the bride. She had been building a “My Wedding”  scrapbook since high school. She knew exactly who would attend, what she would wear, when it would take place (Winter) where (her parent’s country club.)

She and Kevin were so blissfully  comfortable together -they were just a perfect couple- so she thought.

golden-bangle-uprightOn Christmas, she really expected The Ring to be under the tree, or in her stocking or  in his hand when he was on one knee. It didn’t happen. As a matter of fact, Kevin flew to his parents home for Christmas made plans to return for New Year’s Eve.

This was disturbing for Mallory. Her friends chimed in and commented this was odd behavior and her parents inquired as to Kevin’s disappearance.

Denial 101: Mallory had mastered the art of denial early on. She very easily made excuses about Kevin’s disappearance. It was nothing. He hadn’t seen his parents in ages – this was necessary.

When Kevin returned from his trip, he called Mallory and said the most dreaded four words: “We need to talk.”

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True Confessions: Ms Perfect Girlfriend didn’t like Kevin’s “You are too good for me,” speech.  And she told him as much.

Next!

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Rise up and Speak up, ladies

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Now is the time for all good girls to shred their Emily Post’s…

 and tell it like it really is.

 

No More Little Miss Nice Girl 

For aeons, women have embraced all forms of etiquette and proper behavior when it comes to dating decorum and affaire de coeur. However, finally, there is a major shift happening. Women are rising up.  And now, in a Network  kind of way, more women are screaming, “I’M AS MAD AS HELL, AND I’M NOT GOING TO TAKE THIS ANYMORE!” 

More than just a Sadie Hawkins and Bumble Movement

Voices: Over Twenty-five women on Santana Row (at and around: The Counter, YardHouse, LB Steak, Maggianos)  said they are more apt to ask a man out than they were a few years ago. The resounding theme was – “Why wait? Guys are shy or slow.”

The ladies have spoken. First mad as hell at the dating scene – now taking initiative and having more fun.

What say you? Are you up for it?

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