I'd like to think my mother raised me right, with a conscience of what is right and wrong. But it seems that our impulses often lead us to do things we know are wrong because they feel oh so good. I recently posted a question on this site fully knowing the type of answers I would get. In fact, I had previously discussed the issue with family and friends but had failed to come up with a ultimate decision although it was quite obvious. Over the past few weeks a couple of men with which I had had previous relationships began to pursue me once more. However, each was now in a respective relationship with another woman. They both swear to have feelings for me but in my opinion, feelings mean nothing unless you act on them. I am not a homewrecker and in no way wish to get in the way of either's relationship. I put myself in the other girls' shoes and know that I would not want to be in that position. But I also can't deny that I still have feelings for this guy thus this is the cause of my confusion. But if he had feelings for me like I do for him, then I guess we'd be together. Although it hurts, I accept the fact that they have moved on and am ready to move on myself. For me it's a dead issue, yet it took hearing advice from strangers and people around me to get me to realize that I should value myself. I have removed the blindfold from my eyes and see that I am worth much more that either of these men are willing to offer. I don't need to bring myself problems or cause problems to someone else in order to be happy. From now on I look forward to the future with an optimistic approach and with a smile upon my face. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their help and I look forward to writing my next blog on a lighter note.... :-)
This is the original Archie. For some reason, there are two girls, Betty and Veronica, swooning over him. Or maybe they're just fighting over that milkshake? That makes more sense to me.