Dear Sambag,

A year and a half ago, my ex-fiancé left me at the alter. Yeah, I thought it was a movie cliché too… we hadn’t seen each other since. It was the biggest humiliation in my life. I was the laughing stock of that “wedding”. He broke my heart.

I left the state for some time after that and it’s been a month since I came back. And yesterday, I accidentally met him at the mall with his new boyfriend and he said, “hi how have you been” and I just exploded, I said, “how dare you even ask me that, you humiliated me, you made a fool of me, broke my heart, my dreams and now you just ask me as if nothing happened instead of walking as far away from me as possible. F**k you and f**k you too (to his boyfriend), I wish you the worst things in life” and he said, “I know you are angry I am sorry” and I just told him to f**k off and left.

Can you believe this guy?

Casey

Dear Casey,

I mean, in a dream world, I’m sure we all like to think we’d take the high road. But your reaction is beyond understandable.

If you can take any solace… he left before the wedding. He didn’t marry you feeling like things weren’t right, but believing marriage would somehow fix them–and then end up leaving you anyway when it didn’t work.

Time heals all wounds. They don’t always heal neatly and quickly, but they heal.

I’m so sorry you have to go through this.

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Dear Sambag, A year and a half ago, my ex-fiancé left me at the alter. Yeah, I thought it was a movie cliché too... we hadn't seen each other since. It was the biggest humiliation in my life. I was the laughing stock of that 'wedding'. He broke my heart....