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Her false charm will bring you down
March 4, 2002
8:55 pm
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THIS IS MY STORY ALMOST. I cryed when I read this!!!

Dear Ann Landers: I first met her in high school. She was older than I, and exciting She's been around. My parents warned me to have nothing to do with her. They claimed no good could come from our relationship.

But I kept meeting her on the sly. She was so sophisticated and worldly. It made me feel grown up just being with her. It was fun to take her to a party in those days. She was almost always the center of attention.
We began seeing more of each other after I started college. When I got a place of my own she was a frequent quest. It wasn't long before she moved in with me. It may have been common-law, but it was heartbreaking for my parents. I kept reminding myself I wasn't a kid anymore. Besides, it was legal.

We lived together right through college and into my early days in business. I seldom went anywhere without her, but I wasn't blind. I knew she was unfaithful to me. What's worse. I din't care. As long as she was there for me when I needed her(and she always was), it didn't matter.

The longer we lived together, the more attached I became to her. But it wasn't mutual. She began todliht in making me look foolish in front of my friends. But still I couldn't give her up.

It bacame a love/hate relationship. I figured out that her glamor was noting more than a cheap mask to hide her spite and cynicism. I could no longer see her beauty after I came to know her true character.

But old habits are hard to break. We had invested many years in each other. Even though my relationship with her made me lose a little respect for myself, she had become the center of my life. We didn't have friends over. It was just the two of us. I became deeply depressed and knew that she was largely responsible for my misery. I finally told her I was leaving for good. It took a lot of guts, but I left.

I still see her around. She's as beautiful as when we met. I still miss her now and then. I'm not boasting when I say she'd take me back in a minute. But by the grace of God, I will never take up with her again.

If you see her, give her my regards. I don't hate her. I just loved her too much.

Chances are you know her family. The name is Alcohol- Waco Texas

Dear Waco: I have never met her personally, but a great many people who have been intimately involved with your old love have written to say she ruined their lives. She has no class, no character and is totally ruthless.

You didn't mention one of the main problens she creats. It's financial. Almost everyone who becomes a victim of her charms ends up with money trouble. She's an expensive "hobby".

Nor did you mention what your copanion of past did to your health. Many of her close friends develop heart trouble, stomach problems and cirrhosis of the liver.

I'm glad you had the strength to end the relationship. You didn't say whether you had help from Alcoholics Anonymous. Thousands of readers have told me it was the only way they could get out of her clutches. Incidentally, I heard froma good source that she hated to lose you, but she's not lonesome. She's on millions of guest list around the country. In fact,they wouldn't dream of having a party without her! Funny that someone so evil and destrutive continues to be so poplar.

I also was in-love with her for 25 years. I have lived with out her in my blood system for 385 days today. Yes I still miss her and cry for her somedays, however I know she was going to be the death of me so for today I do use AA to be free from her clutches.


March 5, 2002
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Pretty darn solid I would say. Evil love stories, hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. You can put it in my book, how is that .

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