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Post by Sascha (sab) » Oct 6th 2008, 1:40 pm

There's a lovely item about the "Jordan Catalanos" of this world over at Jezebel.com: "Consider Yourself Dumped, Jordan Catalano"
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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Oct 7th 2008, 5:35 am

I love how almost every response was someone talking about her own personal Jordan Catalano. It's so true though - no matter how real or intense the relationship was, most of us have fallen for a pretty boy who we hoped was more than he really was. I consider myself lucky to have experienced that early in life so that I could learn it's not my job to fix someone.
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Post by TomSpeed » Nov 6th 2008, 4:11 pm

That's a good article. It made me wonder though if there's a female version of Jordan Catalano.
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Post by 4alifetime » Nov 18th 2008, 3:36 pm

Natasha (candygirl) wrote:I love how almost every response was someone talking about her own personal Jordan Catalano. It's so true though - no matter how real or intense the relationship was, most of us have fallen for a pretty boy who we hoped was more than he really was. I consider myself lucky to have experienced that early in life so that I could learn it's not my job to fix someone.

I fell for a pretty boy who I hoped was more than he really was early also, thank god. Very well said!
There's so many different ways to be connected to people.
There are the people you feel this unspoken connection to,
even though there's not even a word for it.
There's the people who you've known forever, who know you in
this way that other people can't, because they've seen you
change...

they've let you change.

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