Today I am running around like mad, so I thought I would just let you girls talk. Today's topic is for the girlfriends, fiancees and wives among the readers. (By the way, married women are not Eavesdroppers. Only men are Eavesdroppers. Married women have full Seraphic Singles privileges as long as you behave and don't sound smug. Sheila is ideal because she says it like it is, apple sauce in her hair and all.)
The topic is, "How can a gal cope with the grief that her boyfriend, fiance or husband was not as super-chaste as her (or if she weren't super-chaste, that she was not his one-and-only love}?"
Some women chew their livers because of this. No matter how badly they want to let go, they can't. So what can they do? What do you think?
Obviously you will all want to be Anonymous today. I recommend signing on as "Married Lady 1" and "Fiancee 3", etc.
This is not a very Single-y question, I realize. But Singles keep on getting boyfriends and fiances and then writing to me. Here are the five stages of readership:
Super-Single: I'm lonely.
In love: I'm almost overwhelmed by sexual temptation!
Engaged: The stress is killing me!
Married: Ooh. So glad I didn't settle.
Married with Kids: There is apple-sauce in my hair and I don't have time to get it out.