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I write about infidelity and how childhood affects adult relationships. Student of psychology, astrology, and life. Top writer in Infidelity.

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The married guy I loved and let go.

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People often wonder how I could split from my family.

My brother has bawled me out over this more than once.

I get it, I totally get it. From their point of view, you only make a mentally ill mother worse by running out on her. …

We’re really all in the same boat.

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How many times have I heard it?

“We shouldn’t pay people who do unskilled jobs enough to live on.”

I haven’t heard many liberals make this case. Mostly this is a conservative viewpoint, and the arguments for it are few and repetitive.

“It’s just grunt work. It isn’t fair to…

They’re just confused about why.

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Thanks to a couple of thoughtful articles on Medium, I have now finally understood why it is that “born-again” Christians are calling Trump “Biblical” and laying hands on him, sure that “God anointed him to be president.” …

What goes around comes around.

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I’ve spent some time lately consoling others who’ve been dumped or cheated on. (Having been there myself and done a shit-ton of research on the subject, it’s the least I can do.)

See, this is what bugs me:

We “losers” in the game of love always see the “winners” as…

My working process for getting huge personal and relationship insights out of astrology.

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***Note: I had originally elected not to publish this for a while, if ever. But then I realized the process of contemplation and the realizations it led me to are important even if the events alluded to never occur. …


Yet, this happened …

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If people never felt low, or had romantic breakups, the occult pseudosciences would never have developed.

Because, at these low periods, we have no answers. Right when we are desperate for some.

Anyone glancing at this pub can see that, yes, I am that Jezebel, The Other Woman in a…

I found some insights on my problems I wouldn’t have any other way.

Sayuri finally gives up the Chairman, a scene from Memoirs of a Geisha.

Ever stumbled across a heartrending account of loss, a miscarriage or a death, and slowly nodded your head when the writer confesses a deep conviction that the loss, although crushingly painful, was somehow supposed to happen? …

A. Nonymous

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