You know how it happened, that fiery tempestuous first love in College broke off suddenly. You were shattered and heart-broken. Your heart felt as if it would burst out and you couldn’t breathe. Tears would well up in your eyes. Nothing seemed good anymore.
But right when you were nursing your heart, thinking that you’d never trust another guy, in walked that charming funny gent who swept you off your feet again and helped you forget your pain. He would crack jokes about your breakup and make you laugh. You felt glad that your first boyfriend left you before you found this guy. Good riddance. But right when your friends had started congratulating you on your good fortune, jealousies, misunderstandings, and daily fights started rocking your boat. The humorous guy was humorous no more. And soon it was over. But this time you had seen it coming from far away so it didn’t catch you unawares. Well, how does it matter?You were single again.
You had mellowed down now. Fat chance any guy could woo you then, right?
But Estrogen had to kick in sometime. A few months later, those untimely phone calls of your friend’s brother started stretching into hours, and then into late nights, and then till early mornings. Suddenly you were alive again. You couldn’t wait for the office hours to end so that you could run into his arms. Not to mention some very hot romantic escapades thrown in to spice up things. Well, you felt complete for the first time. You felt like settling down. Peace at last. You had found your place in the end… But darn it. He got transfered to a different city and soon went away. You tried to keep the relationship alive through phone calls, emails and chatting, but slowly you drifted apart. And this time, you called it off yourself. No tears.
And since you had started chatting to keep in touch with him, you kept chatting online to fill the hole in your heart. And suddenly you ran into this intelligent and understanding person online. He said the right things, could understand how you felt. And suddenly you were pouring out your heart. You felt strongly attracted to this guy. And then one day he emailed you his pic. “Oh S**t, he is an uncle and he is bald! I cannot marry him.” And you gradually stopped answering his emails. Poor guy.
“Maybe,” you now thought, “I’m not good at choosing my life partner. Maybe my parents would choose a better person for me.” But right when you decided to ask your parents to choose a guy for you, your lifepartner walked into your life. The guy who sat two cubicles next to you and whom you briefly smiled at during each coffee break every day? Well, seemed your thoughts matched and a after a brief courtship you both were ready to commit. He was not a Brad Pitt by any standards, but hey, he did seem the right guy for you. And you weren’t getting any younger either. But before you could get married to him, there was a pressing question nagging at the back of your mind:
Should You Tell Him About Your Past Relationship?
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