While the show is "inspired" by Ashton Kutcher's real life, the plot is somewhat different. Instead of Hollywood or New York, the show is actually based in Chicago. The man is 30-years old and is a nightclub owner who gets married to a business woman ten years his senior.
So if you were in any doubt about the new trend in relationships, keep your eyes open for a mature woman.
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Monday, October 03, 2005
Looks as if the duration of the relationships may be getting shorter. Just look at how brief the relationship between Paris Hilton and Paris Latsis was. After singing praises of each other in Vanity Fair, even while the issue is still on the stands, the two have called off their engagement. But in this issue, let me help someone who might be in the same shoes as Paris Hilton.
Sarah writes, "I met a guy and we both hit off really well. We had been together for just 2 months and I think we were both initially attracted to each other. But recently he has started not to act right by yelling at me. Since I am not used to such abuse from a man, I told him it was not going to work out between me and him. I still have feelings for him and that is something we have talked about. He has, however, not called me back ever since. Do you think he would call me back? He has many of my belongings too at his place."
I have a strong suspicion that he has met someone else and the yelling and the misbehavior was simply his way of throwing you out of his life. Many men, when they like someone else and want to end a relationship with a person who is otherwise great, resort to mean tactics like these. You did the right thing by telling him to leave you alone because no matter who this guy is, he has absolutely no right to mistreat you. And if he did not like what you said/did, it is his problem and not yours. Instead of ignoring you, if he were a gentleman, he should have apologized to you and changed his behavior.
In my opinion, if you want to give this relationship a final chance, you should contact him about your personal belongings. If he offers to bring them over or invites you over and behaves like a gentleman at that time, then you must give him another chance and even apologize to him (after he does) for rude words that you might have used. That would also be a perfect opportunity for sharing your concerns about the relationship. That way you can resolve them too. If he still ignores you, then it may be a good time to move on.
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