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Monday Feb 23rd, 2015




Wow so much time has passed since I wrote in this journal. It happened. I ended my relationship with my bitch ex-girlfriend, and I call her bitch because that is what she is. I knew since the very first day I met her that she was not the faithful type, but I needed her to rebound from my disastrous relationship with my ex-ex girlfriend. My ex-ex girlfriend is the only girl that has been fully exposed to the receiving end of my BPD symptoms and had to suffer it full force and effect. That was undoubtedly the most disastrous period of my life as far as interpersonal relationships are concerned. She came as the rebound I needed she played her part and I do not regret any part of the love we shared together, but eventually she begun noticing that there was something terribly wrong with me and that exactly when I decided to call it quit. It was simple all I had to do is wait for her to make a mistake and take it as an excuse to dump her, it was fairly easy because I have been setting her up for that moment since the very first day we met.

The good news about all this is that looking back at it, I believe it was not so bad, my relationship with her, I was very correct with her almost all the time and never lost control of the situation except for 2 or 3 times. My relationship with her is the proof that I can handle myself in a relationship given I am with the right person, which she was definitely not. Now we are really good friends we talk, and she still wants to get back with me and keep insisting but the current relationship that just ended experiment is definitely over for me, I have to find a new young fresh and mysterious girl to play with again, I miss the feelings now. I am sure I will meet someone shortly I can feel it in my guts. Yep it go time again, I can't wait.

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