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Romance/Love: March 23, 2011 Issue [#4305]

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 This week: The Break up Plan
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Letter from the editor

Now being a romantic type of guy I think if effort is put into any relationship then anything can be made possible if the love between the pair is real, although there are times where love just is not enough and in those cases, well at least you were able to experience what it was to love someone.

I titled this Newsletter as the breakup plan, but to be honest there is no real plan here. Breakups happen all the time for various reasons that for both parties aren't always clear even though they can be clear to the outside observer. I have just began to write a story, and it calls for a break up that leads both characters on a journey, however I needed a reason for the break up that hadn't been done before so I took to Google to find one that would give me inspiration, however what I found was just too crazy to be real, yet gave me a great idea to add to my story.

I thought I would share with you a few break up stories that stuck with me, and in all my years never have I heard of such things happening to anyone I know:

1. The man who divorced his wife after running into her in a Brothel

2. The man who left his wife while she went to the airport's bathroom

3. The guy who hit on a fake Facebook profile created by his (now ex) girlfriend

4. The jealous wife who set husband's boat on fire after argument over Jennifer Lopez

5. The girl who forgot her boyfriend was traveling and sent him several nasty emails thinking he was avoiding her.

6. The guy who decided to breakup with his girlfriend by setting her wardrobe on fire.

I have had my share of breakup's and they have inspired me to write some amazing poems, that were filled with great emotion and hurt, but ultimately I was able to grow from such things. My question to all of you is this: What was the worst break up you have gone through and what positive impact has it had on your life? And, what has that breakup inspired you to write?

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A love struck warrior learns what he has truly became.
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