If you love two people at the same time, choose the second one, because if you really loved the first one you wouldn’t have fallen for the second.
– Johnny Depp

Maybe there is some truth in that, I wouldn’t know.

I wish it would be possible to compartmentalize life in a way that all areas would be neatly separated from each other. Unfortunately that doesn’t seem to be possible, or at least easy. I have some really nice things going on, but I’m scared everything falls apart if one part crashes. :( And why would it crash? Well…

What about the brave ‘emotional and sensitive’ wreck of a man who was having an affair with the home wrecker? He’s super fine. […] His wife welcomes him back after he apologizes and blames the whole issue on you, the scheming seductress, and they live happily ever after. This little issue may even prove lucky for that man, because it would show him how important his family actually is for him. You? Well, you are left in the dirt and the rain. The word is out. And yes, everyone hates the home wrecker. (

Yup, guess who’s the scheming seductress. :(

And the worst part is that all of these great things, including him, yes, are so tightly intertwined to each other… (yes I know the worst should be something quite different, but I have no idea why my priorities are so messed up when it comes to this).

I’d like to think that this is different from “the usual” stories, that maybe we actually could have something real, one way or the other. But I don’t know…

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