Post # 62
WOW. He still should’ve had the decency to tell her in person, and his family enabling him like that was wrong on their part. But thank god she found out now. I know someone who married a (very sweet) boy, only to, after a year and a half of marriage, have him disappear for several days then come home and come out to her. Heartbreaking. They were very good friends in high school before he decided to make her his beard. If he’d been honest with her and himself they would probably still be very good friends. Instead–I’m pretty sure she hates him. :/
Post # 63
@Wonderstruck: Did you read the part where OP states that she has a widely read wedding blog, and that her clients sign a contract that has a clause that states she can blog about their wedding? She’s done nothing wrong. Also, you know who made it public? Her FI–when he broadcast it on facebook.
Post # 64
@Wonderstruck: as MissHoneyBun stated, every bride I work with is very aware, that I’m going to broadcast everything. Even uncomfortable subjects. I dedicated my blog yesterday talking about this exact topic. There were tons of women who came out an supported her. She sent me an email this morning thanking me for everything that I’ve done to help her through this situation.
“…it’s nice to read how many people have gone through this type of thing and how much they care for stranger they’ve never met. Discussing with friends is still hard, so this is like blog therapy for me.”
So perhaps for you, working with someone like me wouldn’t be your cup of tea. For many others they are asking for huge pots.
Post # 65
I hope her health is okay, if he was cheating on her with boys/men at the same time.
And her mental health.
Thank god she dodge that bullet.
Post # 66
im glad she didnt end up with that ass
Post # 67
@mwitter80: Glad the bride is okay with it. I did miss the part about the blog and how they know and everything like that. I just know that for me personally the whole thing would be heart-wrenching enough without a bunch of strangers reading about it on the internet! But I realize that’s just my personal feeling.
Post # 68
at least he sent a message and didn’t just change his status. When I broke up with my now ex-FI I made sure to do it in person and he said it would have been better if I’d just called or wrote an email. I wish I had known, I would have liked that better too!
Post # 69
wow….DOUCHE! I’m not even sure what an appropriate response would be? it would be funny if she started a facebook campaign to hunt him down (“looking for my missing ex-fiance who hasn’t informed me that the wedding is off!”)
but gosh better now than later on, if he were to call off their marriage on facebook!
Post # 70
This is awful.. My heart hurts for this woman!! Send our love and thoughts to her… I cant even imagine.. omg.
Post # 71
Well, at least she knows now it wasn’t anything she did wrong, or anything to do with her. Situation still sucks…but not as much as being a woman married to a gay man would suck.
Post # 72
that is horrendous! hate to say it but karma comes back to get cha
it only means the next guy will be that much more wonderful
Post # 73
I feel for her. That’s awful! At least she found out now before she tied the knot to that coward!