Dear Miss Pearl,
My boyfriend Lester and I were together for only six
months, but I thought that we were in love. I spent a lot of time at his house
and thought that we were getting closer until last week, he went into his
bedroom and had a "private" conversation on the telephone. I thought it was
strange, but I'm not the jealous type.
He came back out and said that he
had to make a run to the store, and I still didn't trip. About ten minutes after
he left, there was a knock at the door and it was his ex-girlfriend, who just
barged her way in bringing food and an overnight bag. She went into the bedroom
and brought my stuff out telling me that my "services" were no longer needed and
then proceeded to take the remote control and start watching TV with her friend
she brought over.
I kept calling Lester, and he wouldn't answer the
phone. When he finally came back, I told him to tell her to go and she was
telling him to tell me the same thing, he looked at me and said, that's between
yall I'm not in that. I couldn't believe it. I was hurt, but I got my stuff and
I came back to his house later that night and her car was still
there, so I knew that he was probably having sex with her or something. Now, I
just want some closure, but he isn't answering my calls and I can tell that he
is sending me straight to voice mail.
Doesn't he owe me an
He don't owe you shit!! Why do you even want an
explanation, isn't this shit as clear as the sky? He doesn't want you, he chose
her over you, and it's time for you to cut your losses and move around, and
hopefully while you're moving around, you'll go through some counseling to help
you understand why you're interested in hearing anything from
a man who allowed another woman to disrespect you in the way that this strumpet
did. She deserves him - so give him to her!
You're better than me because
by the time he came home, he would have had to pick her ass up off of the floor
after I'd finished mopping it up with her ass, but you stuck around - so it's
partly your fault. You say you're not the jealous type, and that's what got you
into this mess. Sometimes, it's not jealousy, but a mere desire to look out for
your damn self that causes a woman to see with her eyes, ears, and her
heart. When he took that phone into the bathroom with him, you should have had
your ear pressed to the door.
At this point, all you can do is move