Wouldn’t it be great if you could just get it all out? This thread was as varied as the people of the world who used it, and I thought it was worth resurrecting here, now. You’d be amazed how good it feels to share your feelings and just get it out.
Have YOU ever had this experience where you had things you wanted to tell your ex, but for whatever reason you couldn’t? It may also help you to read other people’s stories, feelings, pain, emotions.
However you may also be interested in my latest post regarding Turkish men called “My Turkish Love Letter” (November 2013) Turkish Men are once again causing heartache all over the globe.
add them to your mailing list, web page, or forum unless you are sure the offerings are appropriate.Also, if you list these people on your web site, be sure to check and be sure that they have no objection.If fifteen years of running this site has taught me anything, it’s that heartbreak is truly .So please tell your ex you love ’em, hate ’em, or miss them – whatever you want.You’ll realise you’re not alone, because you’re honestly not.
Whatever it is your feeling, whoever you are, wherever you are, someone else is feeling it too.
I’d appreciate it…If you don’t have something specific to say to your ex you could simply share how, when and where your breakup happened.
All of it still applies and I stand by what I have written.
Do not get involved in a holiday romance with a Turkish man simply because you can not handle it.
I don’t want to read your blog, like your Facebook page or meet you on a forum.
Some of the signs that he is a sleazeball are – He tells you that he loves you when you are older than his mother – He asks you for money. – He introduces you as a friend – He hides you from his friends – He runs away to the toilet when his phone rings If you want to visit Turkey and fall in love with a Turkish man, then be prepared for a life changing experience.