Monday, 16 May 2016

Daily Mail Online feature - why have all my boyfriends cheated on me?



I figured, it was time to do one of those 'looking into your own self' type expose features. What better way than to share with the entire world via Daily Mail Online?

You know me...I have no social boundaries and no filter, which applies not only to the stories about the men I date, but to myself too. I took to the Mail Online to discuss why all of my relationships have cheated on me, in the hopes of finding some answer that will break the cycle. 

Read the full feature here

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7 comments

  1. You are an incredible inspirational woman

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  2. My friend bought this to my attention, read the article and watched the video blog. He was confused how someone as good looking as you could be so unlucky in love. My 2 cents? you're too good looking to leave and to annoying to stay with long term. Cheating is the only option for these unscrupulous playas! Just find someone worse looking than you who can handle your annoyingness. You'll stay together as equals in the relationship.

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    1. This genuinely made me giggle... thank you for making me smile! :D

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  3. I would never cheat on you :)

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  4. YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL.

    Whoever cheated on you is probably an immature, insecure boy of a man.

    Know your worth and keep it

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  5. Do you really want the truth? I think you are narcissistic and neurotic. You are also intelligent and beautiful. As you get older you will become more relaxed which will make things easier for you.

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  6. I refuse to believe you are serious in what you write on the article.

    The first cheat is calling that attitude "cheating". It's a part of life, a joint product of deception and egoism characteristic of the human events.

    Second: by a mere glance at you it's apparent you are the kind of person who would never allow someone not to "cheat" her.

    Third: in the remote case all that sillyish prate be not a commercial product for the reading gulls, and a real struggle in your life: Hinduism, the Veda, Upanishad, etc. are the way to free yourself from your own deception. Then you'll be able to accept things as they come, and, maybe, to know what you want, which heavily influences what you end up getting.

    regards
    Michele

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