Allen Iverson, Horrible Ex-Girlfriend, is Needed by Philadelphia

December 1st, 2009 by Eric Marmon Leave a reply »

Break-ups are a funny thing.

It starts off positive. Sure, some bad things are said initially. But you’re left with a fresh start, an empty slate, a feeling of bottomless potential. You feel free, like anything is possible, and you wonder why you wasted so much time with your horrible Ex in the first place.

You go out on a few dates. Try to find somebody new. Maybe you do, and this new relationship is beautiful and fulfilling and strong, and you never have to think of your horrible Ex again.

But often you don’t. Not immediately, anyway. And as your seemingly futile search for love drags on, thoughts of that horrible Ex begin to re-emerge.

You know it’s wrong. If a relationship was bad, if it wasn’t working and had proven over a substantial amount of time that it wasn’t going to work, then it simply is never going to work. That is not a healthy relationship. It is not a productive relationship. And it will never get you the results you desire.

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