Now that I've moved on, he wants me!

By Miss Kes

Friday, November 17, 2017

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Many singers have crooned about the repercussions of taking love for granted, yet many people don't realize how good they had a relationship until someone else steps in. How should a woman handle the guy she once loved and lost having regrets about ending things when she takes up with a new man?


My ex tried that and I almost threw water on him. Yuh did have me and now when me happy and move on yuh showing up? Yuh bright! When you break up there's always a reason, so let it remain that way.


I was in church when I met this guy and found out later that he was the pastor's son. I really fell in love with the guy's character more than anything until one night I braved up and decided to ask him if he could see us dating and having a relationship since we spent most of our time communicating. He told me that with the amount of women who wanted him, he wouldn't know who to choose, and right then and there I realized that I was wasting my time. After two years I met someone else and we hit it off and started dating. Then church guy decides to show up, explaining to me that my relationship with the new guy would go nowhere. He started to do all the things I'd wanted so many years ago, even paying attention to me alone. I told him straight up to leave me alone.


My ex tried to kill my relationship with my current man by sending him x-rated pictures of us taken when we were together. He is of the strong belief that because we have two children, he is entitled to have me too.


Most men are like that. They want what they cannot have, forgetting that they once had it and threw it away. Gentlemen, that is not clever at all, and any woman of class will see you for what you are.


My ex tried that and I posted all his texts on social media to show him how stupid he was and how ridiculous he looked.




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