The Social Media Liar Player


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A few years back, I joined MySpace upon the recommendation from a friend. I engaged the site for a while but soon became bored with this social medium. I wasn’t frequenting there often when one woman befriended me.  We chatted on and off for about 4-months. She was a single mother with three daughters.

Like all social sites, people post hearts, congratulation, and holiday card greetings on other people’s walls. The single mother posted some of those recognitions on my page. I used to go to her profile and post thank you comments. That’s when I noticed some man from New York was posting lots of “love” on her wall. Something definitely didn’t feel right about this guy in my view. His wording, style, and mannerisms were all wrong. I clicked on his name and entered his website. I wanted to see what he was about.

The guy was a sex therapist. More appropriately he was a therapist of sexual behavior. The man was also quoting the Bible all over his page. As he stated back then, he is a man of God, a follower of Christ, and I believe he was a minister as well. Loaded, I mean LOADED on his profile, were thousands of extremely beautiful women. These ladies ranged from all ages; from late teenaged girls to pretty women in their 50s and 60s. The majority of the near-naked vixen were in the 20 to 30-something age range. The creepy deceiver had a multitude of photos of him and his playmates parading about NYC in the parks and where ever. Tons of girls posted suggestive, lewd, and blatantly horny documentation about their romps in the sack with this man, referencing anatomy and other loud, direct sexual statements. The jerk often quoted God’s book in his sexual replies back to them. I was sickened this guy uses God and his job, to sleep with women. I wanted to play football again.

Meanwhile, I observed that my single mother friend had also bought in to the deception. I questioned her during one of our last conversations, asking her if she knew what she was getting herself in too. The mother of three girls told me how nice of a man he is, religious, and she’s engaged to him. The “player” and she were planning on their wintry meeting soon in NYC. I told her my sad view in this matter and of course, I don’t know a thing and shouldn’t worry about her. The fake “Godly” sex therapist guy is her man now. I don’t believe we talked in messages again after that day. The lady’s self-will to be with this man she thought was almost God-like could not be broken. As if under the spell of deception, she was destined to have her heart destroyed.

The following poem is the result of what I witnessed between my one time single mother friend, the sex therapist devil, and the thousands of naked women he’s lured to his business. I was very sad for the single mother when I wrote this poem. I know the result did not turn out well at all.

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The Odoriferous Paradigm
by Charlie Nitric

Elusive is the illumination of crystal vision
Alluring is the eye of the blizzard’s mission
Where few rays shine thru silky lashes
Skewed by anguishing ice flakes bit by bit
Sorting the foolish plays with obliquity
Fervently suctioned into the dirty vacuum
Obtrusively lured towards conjured treasure
The mirror gawk talks off aim and charm
To target a mirage o’er Yankee lands
Where a voyage of promiscuous valor
Profoundly misleads ambiguous glands
Uncooked to the core is the guileful sprite
Quoting a King’s book by selfish right
Baited by the magician’s conspicuous game
Truth lay between the lines of malice proclaim
A good soul treading in one’s own isolation
Into the abyss of more perilous desolation
Tempting a placebo masking valid abuse
A brand earmarked by intended ruse
Lacking is self-honesty and wholeness
A mother abandoned by a malicious Knight
Licentious without heed or love’s prayer
She cries her aching heart unattended too
A scenic bride’s will is destined for sorrow!

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  1. #1 by Roy A. Ackerman, Ph.D., E.A. on June 21, 2011 - 4:01 pm

    The wonders of “anonymous” internet “friends”…

    • #2 by charlie nitric on June 21, 2011 - 4:03 pm

      Hey Roy –

      This “playah” was big time, seriously big time, bad news. It was very sad to witness as many women were buying in to this guy’s game. He had women from all the NYC universities, professionals, and ALL, playing along too.

  2. #3 by MuMuGB on June 21, 2011 - 4:17 pm

    Poor single mum! Love is blind sometimes and Internet doesn’t really help to “see” what people are made of.

    On a funnier note and after having read your last Friday’s post, I was wondering whether you were a tad bit jealous of this man and his virtual and not-so-virtual conquests…

    • #4 by charlie nitric on June 21, 2011 - 4:32 pm

      Hahaha I was sooo waiting for a lady to say that. In some way and in all honesty, I was at first a little bit jealous. Yes, your womanly instincts are correct. My jealousy soon turned to anger after spending my first 5 minutes on his site. Muriel, gosh silly. I don’t know anything about the “Mile High Club” until you mentioned it to me last week, lol. Honest I never heard of it. And no I am not a very active guy at all. I think the last time I kissed a woman, Edison was trying to get a patent for his new light bulb, lol. You’re funny hahaha. 🙂

  3. #5 by InJensMind on June 21, 2011 - 4:34 pm

    I like that you added the story before the poem it helps build the poem up nicely. In my experience on the internet I have seen many women bambuzzled by men they think are telling the truth and they just “know” them. How unfortunate to see a friend fall for such malicious trickery.

    • #6 by charlie nitric on June 21, 2011 - 4:38 pm

      Hey Jenni –

      It was really an ugly sight to see. What I don’t understand is how so many women missed it. I mean, everything was right there in their faces to read, see, witness, feel, experience!!! A lot of people asked me to do the story behind the poem and I listened to what they all had to say. I like having the story behind it there also. The set-up behind my poem acts as a good introduction to my poem’s story. 🙂

      • #7 by InJensMind on June 21, 2011 - 11:00 pm

        Women are strange creatures indeed. LOL Seriously, it’s not what a woman sees it’s about what she hears. Basically, if he told her she’s the only one she believes it. I will never understand it either but, hey I don’t understand a lot of things like…why only a small portion of the world possesses common sense. *Shrugs*

        • #8 by charlie nitric on June 22, 2011 - 1:09 am

          Men and women are both strange creatures indeed. We see what we want to see and hear what we want to hear. People deceive their own self.

  4. #9 by Nelieta on June 21, 2011 - 4:40 pm

    Wow Charlie this is shocking and also very sad! How can some women be so gullible? Men like these have some power over women. How is it possible? It will be interesting to hear what happened….or maybe not!

    • #10 by charlie nitric on June 21, 2011 - 4:44 pm

      Hi Nelieta –

      This event was about 4 years ago and I haven’t been to MySpace since maybe a half year or so after this. He lured them through sexual experiments, the security from the false mask of being God-like, and a make believe professional. All of which are inaccurate. I gathered from his website that he had an office where he performed what ever it is he does. Young gorgeous woman went to him by the boat loads and he used that as a means to “get what he wanted” from them. Sad is an understatement. 😦

  5. #11 by wisdomandlife on June 21, 2011 - 4:53 pm

    Ya know what, Charlie?
    Ya did what you could do. People aren’t going to see what’s right in front of them sometimes. You can only send those people your positive thoughts. Then move on. Seems like that’s what you did.

    A shame that this had to be. Maybe she saw the light? You can only hope.

    Chris

    • #12 by charlie nitric on June 21, 2011 - 4:56 pm

      Hi Christopher –

      I’m not sure of the actual outcome because we stopped communicating after I tried to open her eyes to the “bad play” of this guy. Last I knew the single mother was going to meet up with him very very soon. I didn’t follow up weeks and months later because I did what I could do and if the woman needed to talk, she knew where to find me. She did not contact me and I didn’t want to become upset by checking up on that sorry situation. I left it up to God at that point. What else could I do?

  6. #13 by Thom Brown on June 21, 2011 - 4:58 pm

    I don’t know what to say – there’s a sucker born every minute – but this is too serious for that. People need to see truth rather than simply what thy want to see. Sad sad sad.

    • #14 by charlie nitric on June 21, 2011 - 5:01 pm

      Hey Thom –

      We all are vulnerable to deception but this one was far to obvious. I mean, it was loaded with ambiguities in nearly every post and photo. That’s what was such a huge shock to me. I was in disbelief that so many were falling in to this trap.

  7. #15 by melissa on June 21, 2011 - 6:10 pm

    Hi Brian….I wrote thrice enlightened on my blog and your post definitely is an enlightenment. I thought this was just a re-post…but I finally understood what the story is all about. And I’m very grateful that you’ve exposed such “game player” at your page. This is sad because he uses God’s name in vain… and he “uses” women. Just the thought of his friends list already raises doubt… What does he want? I also feel sorry for the lady…ladies involved in his masquerade… This isn’t a ball and life isn’t a game at all. Thank you for your concern, I appreciate that…

    • #16 by charlie nitric on June 21, 2011 - 9:27 pm

      Hey Melissa –

      Truly it is very sad for this man and woman (women) that God’s name is part of the play. So wrong!!! All we can do in these types of situations is to bring it to people’s attention. If they listen or not, at least they can be cautioned to walk with care. Other than that, praying for these people is the very best thing a person can do. 🙂

  8. #17 by bornstoryteller on June 21, 2011 - 6:17 pm

    I’m SO glad you wrote the story behind the poem. Yeah, the internet DOES suck big time in the lies it can perpetrate. Hopefully, whatever did happen to her was a learning lesson that she can move on from. Jerks on both sides of the sexes need to be outed.

    • #18 by charlie nitric on June 21, 2011 - 9:24 pm

      Hey Stuart –

      I knew you would be interested in this write up and explanation on how and why my poem came to fruition. As you know from being a writer, there is a story within the story to every thing. I hope you can appreciate why I wrote out the mini story background. Many people had asked me so I responded. Thanks to a reminder from a blogging friend of mine last evening, I jumped on this story this afternoon as he reminded me to do. Thanks Stuart. 🙂

  9. #19 by Joy on June 21, 2011 - 6:42 pm

    “the sex therapist devil”…What a deadly combination! I feel sorry and sad for your lady ‘friend’ and can only hope that she was able to heal and be wiser. What can I say?…Predators have really found a friend in the Internet and each of us just has to be careful.

    • #20 by charlie nitric on June 21, 2011 - 9:20 pm

      Hi Joy –

      I wish I knew what was the total end result and how this affected her afterwards. Unfortunately I do not know since we stopped exchanging MySpace messages when I brought this matter to her attention. There are predators every where and in the blogging realm as well. Make no mistake about it. I see some of them typing here on the internet almost every day. 🙂

  10. #21 by Alpana Jaiswal on June 21, 2011 - 8:16 pm

    Charlie,I have been fooled in a similar manner,one has to be careful..its a learning process altogether.

    • #22 by charlie nitric on June 21, 2011 - 9:11 pm

      Hi Alpana –

      I hope you were not hurt too badly and I agree that of these types of situations are learning experiences, but they can also be avoided. People see what they want to see and believe in what they want to believe in. Often times, this does not negate the reality of the true situation at hand. Thank you Alpana. 🙂

  11. #23 by rimly on June 22, 2011 - 1:01 am

    I dont know why we women get lured by such men but obviously these kind of predators have a lot of charisma and charm that blinds a vulnerable woman. Are they still together or did it end in disaster as it is bound to? I worry about her teenage daughters too.

    • #24 by charlie nitric on June 22, 2011 - 1:08 am

      Hi Rimly –

      Bingo! I was waiting for someone to question “What about her 3 daughters?”! I mentioned that to her the last time we exchanged messages. She became a bit angry at me for that and thought I was questioning her mothering abilities. I was not at all. Rimly, we all want to believe in something, someone, especially in our sexual opposite. What happens is that the mind tells the heart what it wants to hear. That is backwards. The heart should always lead without the mind’s input. We all have a gut feeling, instincts that are dead accurate. Unfortunately the human mind can be deceived which in turns, deceives the heart. The heart cannot be deceived as many people will try to tell you. A heart and mind that are in conflict with each organ, will not make the correct moves in many cases. How can it?

  12. #25 by sulekkhaulekha on June 22, 2011 - 8:45 am

    We do deceive ourselves in the name of love, but then love is blind. Felt sorry for your lady friend and wanted to beat up the creep. Nice post Charlie…

    • #26 by charlie nitric on June 22, 2011 - 8:58 am

      Hi Sulekkha –

      I think people often deceive them selves in the name of what they believe to be love. It is rarely love and is something more like infatuation or “in-like-a-lot”. This is a very sad story and I too, would have enjoyed a game of football with this creep. 🙂

  13. #27 by Penelope Pennie James on June 22, 2011 - 3:24 pm

    There are too many lonely women out there looking for a good – or godly – man and willing to believe anything he/they tell them, particularly when it’s a con artist of this proportions. The man should be behind bars: he’s undoubtedly conning the women into giving him sex, preying on others on the Internet, and if he’s making them his “followers”, he’s probably also getting money out of them. All in the name of God. Nothing new about that and unfortunately, he’s not the only one in the business. As long as there are vulnerable women willing to believe the shit these guys are spewing at them – in all senses of the word, they will continue to prey on people like your friend. What disgusts you and me is the fact that he uses God, the Bible and religious means to get to them.

    • #28 by charlie nitric on June 22, 2011 - 3:46 pm

      Hi Penelope –

      I have always been rooting for the underdog; in business, sports, and in life. A single mother with 3 girls is an underdog. I seriously dislike taking advantage of God, his ridiculous job, and the broken hearted people like this woman. There are also many lonely men whom become taken advantage of by preying women who take them for money, job promotions, or what ever. These are sad experiences to witness or go through. We all have been there in some way or another. Maybe not as dramatic as the situation I wrote my story about, but in some ways we have. Thank you for your concern and for commenting. 🙂

  14. #29 by Jessica Mokrzycki on June 22, 2011 - 4:25 pm

    It’s unfortunate that people take advantage of others in their vulnerable moments. Being a therapist, ethically he should have known better. I agree with Chris, you did what you could do.

    • #30 by charlie nitric on June 22, 2011 - 4:56 pm

      Hey Jessica –

      I really don’t like that he not only used his sorry position as a professional, he uses the name of Jesus to deceive as well. That really gets to me deep down.

    • #31 by Penelope Pennie James on June 22, 2011 - 5:03 pm

      Charlie, I echo every single one of the sentiments you expressed above. I also tend to root for the underdog and that is why a story like this one makes my blood boil. If only something can be done, beyond just your blog, to at least stop this man from preying on single, needy women. Some way to take him down, expose him for the fraud he is. The same way that you found out about him.

      Thanks for bringing this to our attention.

      • #32 by charlie nitric on June 22, 2011 - 6:27 pm

        Hi Penelope –

        You know what I do Penelope in situations like these? I pray for those people. This may sound odd to some but seriously, I do. I’ve prayed for many people I’ve interacted with here my first two months blogging. Some bloggers have asked me while I’ve easily identified others that need it but too proud or stubborn to ask for it. Others that I know are lying to them selves or deliberately messing around with others on here, I have prayed for as well. It doesn’t consume a tremendous amount of time you know. Just a few words are ginormous in the ears and eyes of God. 🙂

  15. #33 by BrowsingRome on June 23, 2011 - 9:32 am

    Hi Charlie,

    I commend you for what you are trying to do but as you have already mentioned, it’s way beyond you now. Everyone has to make their own decision.

    I always wonder how on earth can professional women be fooled by such people. You really wonder what’s going on, don’t you.

    Lovely poem!
    Diana

    • #34 by charlie nitric on June 23, 2011 - 9:34 am

      Hi Diana –

      After I wrote the poem, I left all in God’s hands. There was nothing I could say or do to help the single mother. I mentioned to her what I saw and that was that. Thank you for reading me and very glad you like my poem. 🙂

  16. #35 by charlywalker on June 23, 2011 - 11:15 pm

    I conduct back round checks in my spare time…….jk.

    I did enjoy your Poem!

    • #36 by charlie nitric on June 24, 2011 - 4:00 am

      Hello Charly –

      So you’re one of those mysterious women sending all those dirty videos and emails, hmmmmm. I knew you had something to do with this from the beginning. I never wanted to believe it was true. So sad now hahaha. I’m glad you mentioned you like my poem. Thank you for that. 🙂

  17. #37 by Holly Jahangiri on June 25, 2011 - 12:51 pm

    It’s sad to witness things like this and realize you’re powerless to convince anyone of anything – if they’re determined only to hear and believe that which makes them feel good, loved, validated, made whole by someone else. You cannot fix all the broken souls in the world, and it hurts to watch them stalked like prey. It was good of you to try, and no failing on your part that this woman chose a fantasy over a caring friend’s advice.

    • #38 by charlie nitric on June 26, 2011 - 10:46 am

      Hi Holly –

      There are many lonely people out there in the world and all wanting to believe in someone, something. I tried to help her but she refused to listen and was set on what she thought she wanted. So sad.

  18. #39 by Jessica on June 26, 2011 - 2:50 am

    “Quoting a King’s book by selfish right” << That line is beautiful! Your whole poem is remarkable in depth and truth. You should publish this.

    The story of the woman (and those like her) is simply heartbreaking. I had a few men contact me on MySpace whom would have fit the description of the man you mention perfectly. One guy offered to send me his services in written form, because he thought we "shared a spiritual connection." The only thing he was about to share was a visit from my very angry husband. However, there were countless girls on his page that just seemed to hang from his every "spiritual" word.

    Do those people have absolutely no faith? How could you possibly abuse God's word in such a manner without being absolutely, positively terrified every moment of your life. Do they think their actions are going by invisible to God's eye? It saddens me, but it also angers me. I just don't understand what so difficult about being TRUE!!!

    Anyway, I suppose the silver lining from it all is that you have a wonderful poem from it. You took the broken sadness and made it into something that others can latch onto and learn from. The emotion and truth that plays with each line of your poem is simply amazing. Thank you for sharing it with us. 🙂

    • #40 by charlie nitric on June 26, 2011 - 10:52 am

      Hello Jessica –

      I really appreciate you commenting so nicely about my poem, wow! Thank you for that. I wonder if you crossed paths on MySpace with that creepy guy from my story? I found that site is just loaded with creepy, crawly people from both sides of the gender fence. I spent only a short time interacting there and soon realized it wasn’t a place I wanted to participate, socially. What angers you about these types of situations is precisely what angers and troubles me as well. I can’t fathom in my mind how people can deface their creator. WOW and more WOW’s!

      I really wish someone would like my poem enough to publish it. That would be wonderful for me to feel and see. Someday I hope. I can’t tell you how much I like hearing you say nice words about my work. That makes me feel really great. Can you say it again 5 times…just to make sure you’re not joshing me here, lol?! Hehehe…..thank you for that. 🙂

  19. #41 by askcherlock on June 26, 2011 - 12:37 pm

    Very sad, indeed, Charlie. I heard a ‘real’ pastor say that we should always keep our eyes upon God because man will always fail us. The pretentiousness of this man is appalling. He better watch out for lightning!

    • #42 by charlie nitric on June 26, 2011 - 12:40 pm

      Hi Cher –

      This situation makes me feel many emotions; sadness, sorrow, fear, anger, resentment, and more. I tried to help this woman but she wasn’t going to listen to anything I said to her. All we can do is pray for her/them after that. 🙂

  20. #43 by Lalia Voce on June 26, 2011 - 2:10 pm

    People tend to believe what they want to believe. I’m sure your intentions were good. Oddly enough, I find myself in a similar position, not as yours but as hers. Many people have warned me away from an online friend but for whatever reason, my stubborn head (and heart) are not listening to them. I definitely don’t have blinders on though. I know what he’s about, I just can’t resist!

    • #44 by charlie nitric on June 26, 2011 - 10:01 pm

      Hey Lalia –

      I can understand where you are coming from and also appreciate what you are saying. I suspect the situation that I wrote about in my post and the one you’re living with now are on different sides of the spectrum. Sometimes friends speak out against someone out of jealousy and do not have your best intentions in mind. In the situation I spoke about, clearly and unequivocally this man was evil and the single mother was totally blinded to this fact. We all have wants and needs and yeah, can relate to you wanting to have a nice relationship with someone you met online. Please be careful and look for the signs. Good luck Lalia. 🙂

  21. #45 by Natasha on June 27, 2011 - 2:38 pm

    My biggest fear…ME being stupid enough to fall for such a schemer…I could use a more potent word, but might blush! I thought the poem did a fantastic job of expressing your thoughts and feelings on this experience, and in my mind, it’s sickening to think that one could get off on preying on such folks who obviously did not have enough self-worth to see the con. There’s alot of them out there, and alot of poor folks just waiting to be taken advantage of.

    • #46 by charlie nitric on June 27, 2011 - 3:04 pm

      Hello Natasha –

      Thank you for complimenting my poem and for reading me. The situation is sickening and unbelievable how people can take advantage of others, especially emotionally. What’s worse in my view is how the man uses God as a front. Does he believe he is fooling God, or what? I hope the single mother wasn’t hurt badly but I do fear the worst for her. It is very sad.

  22. #47 by edwincov on July 1, 2011 - 7:20 am

    Using God to do this kind of stuff is just WRONG. But everybody pays for what they do in some way or another. . .

    Edwin
    http://awkwardlist.com

    • #48 by charlie nitric on July 1, 2011 - 8:23 am

      Hey Edwin –

      I believe we all pay for everything. Even our thoughts are accounted for and yes, so wrong indeed. Thank you for commenting :).

  23. #49 by Trish on July 19, 2011 - 10:02 am

    I’m sorry for you & her. You because online friendships are real. We all have the idea when meeting and sharing our thoughts and feelings with someone online and not in person that that person sees the real you without any of the physical impressions one makes in person so it had to be a letdown of hopeful expectations. I’m sorry for her because this jerk obviously has found, is tapping into and exploiting some void she & other women have. I’m not an expert on men but I do know the “charmers” are the most dangerous and it sounds like he’s the head of that pack.

    • #50 by charlie nitric on July 19, 2011 - 10:46 am

      Hi Trish –

      No need to feel badly for me at all. We didn’t have a thing, or anything, other talking for a short time. I did kind of like her but I’ve always been a protector and supporter of the underdog. I felt bad for her since I knew exactly what was going on and pretty much knew how he was going about it. I think she was kind of following the others and not thinking and seeing for her self. Sad indeed.

  24. #51 by Cinema Profound on July 24, 2011 - 11:15 pm

    I am always very suspicious of piously uptight people in general, and especially so of men. Repression is often masked anger and I think those kind of men often view women as objects. This seems to be especially true of the fundamentalist types. This is often the dynamic in the woman-on -the-pedestal relationship and naive women are especially prey to it. Run, girls, run!

    • #52 by charlie nitric on July 25, 2011 - 4:04 pm

      Hi Sidney –

      Bad people are everywhere but no worries though. Good people are every where also. You must also be concerned for the overly cautious individuals as well. Half-empty eye sight isn’t always a good thing either. Each case is unique of course and I say live life without fear the best we can. Thank you for commenting. 🙂

  25. #53 by short poems on September 25, 2011 - 3:18 am

    Very sad, indeed, Charlie.

    • #54 by charlie nitric on September 25, 2011 - 10:50 pm

      Hi Marine –

      This whole scenario is a very sad one and from what I could see (or judge from) he’s been doing it for a while. Thank you for reading me and for commenting. 🙂

  26. #55 by Catherine Johnson on November 7, 2011 - 5:50 pm

    How bizarre that she didn’t check up on what you said. If you could see all those girls, how come she couldn’t and if she could and ignored it then more fool her. I’m just sorry you lost a good friend that day. The internet can be a fickle place.

    • #56 by charlie nitric on November 8, 2011 - 6:50 am

      Hi Catherine –

      My guess is that she saw what she wanted to see or believed what ever the guy told her and others. Also, she most likely thought I was speaking to her from a jealous mouth and therefore told herself to believe exactly the opposite of what I saw. This happens all the time. She wasn’t a good friend although I did try to help her. She wanted what she wanted so there’s nothing I could do. Thank you for reading me and for commenting. 🙂

  27. #57 by jenna christy on March 3, 2012 - 3:12 am

    your story made me sad. i mean how could anyone not see the obvious thing that the guy was a user? they should’ve researched more! it makes me so sad.. sigh.

    • #58 by charlie nitric on April 2, 2012 - 6:04 pm

      Hi Jenna –

      It’s a sad thing, isn’t it? Thank you for reading me. 🙂

  28. #59 by Louise Sorensen on April 4, 2012 - 9:30 am

    They say that love is blind.
    I guess it must be true.
    At least you tried to show her the truth.

    • #60 by charlie nitric on June 7, 2012 - 10:28 pm

      Hi Louise –

      She wasn’t going to listen to anyone. She was enamored and I don’t know where her path eventually took her. Thank you for commenting. 🙂

  29. #61 by bisi on April 9, 2012 - 9:41 am

    Poor lady, this happens all too frequently.

    By the way, it’s been nearly a year since your last post, never mind that I’m guilty of worse. Are you saying you’ve got nothing else to talk about since then? 🙂 Get on with it, will you?

    • #62 by charlie nitric on June 7, 2012 - 10:33 pm

      Hey Bisi –

      It happens everyday, to men as well. Different circumstances but a very similar play, indeed. Yes, it has been a while for me. Thank you for commenting. 🙂

  30. #63 by Daniel Quentin Steele on September 24, 2012 - 11:42 am

    It happens.
    It’s a sad story, but cliched as it sounds, it’s life. It’s all around us. Guys get women with cons, with money,, with looks, with power. Men want women. And the Internet has just provided a much bigger and more convenient happy hunting ground. Women use men for all kinds of terrible reasons. It’s probably a wonder that people ever get together in meaningful long term relationships, and if you look at the divorce stats, they really don’t. I really think the reason we think of the good old days as more compatible with long term happiness is because it was so much harder than it is today to get away, to meet strangers, to be tempted. People have always played, if they had money and power. look at the aristocracy of the past. So if your story has any truth in it and not just a story, it says you’ve got a good heart. And you have to hope that your mother of three wasn’t crushed, that she picked herself up afterward and kept looking. Those are the kinds of stories that I like, as a writer, because I write love stories – not romances, and the best love stories have pain and anguish and there’s always doubt about a happy ending at THE END.

    • #64 by charlie nitric on November 23, 2012 - 5:43 am

      Hi Daniel –

      It is a very true story, indeed. Almost everyone is playing games these days; good games and bad games. Unfortunately, games played with the heart often end up in lives being devastated. That should be a crime. Thank you for visiting and for commenting. 🙂

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