I fell for it

That’s not totally true. By “falling for it” means that I was duped or tricked. But I wasn’t. I was going against all my best instincts because I wanted something that was missing from my real life…. intimacy.

After that three minutes was over, it was downhill from there. I knew better. It’s all painfully obvious now. The unanswered questions, or worse, the vaguely answered questions.

I should have waited a few months, like I “usually” do. Find out if a person actually IS like they seem to be. It would have saved a LOT of troubles. It’s just as well that it was so short lived. It’s easier to pick back up the pieces. Lies only lead to more lies. The truth always comes out. Once the trust is gone, there’s no going back. She can have him and his alt too.

But hey, I’m just a chick on second life. None of that matters in the real world, right? Not for everyone. Not for me! There was real life pain and tears and questions. What had I done wrong??

Truth is, I had done nothing wrong. He was just a lying piece of shit. It’s over and I’m on to bigger and better things. Closure, it’s a nice feeling.


living the second life.

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