This morning I checked the Femail website to see if an article that was being written about women who use the internet to write about their exes and relationships had been published. I was shocked when I read the this:
“Don’t get mad, get E-VENGE!”
In the Daily Mail newspaper, it even adds
“It’s the new mantra for women using the internet to take revenge on cheating men!”
I was shocked to read this headline and what unfolds is a total misrepresentation of me with a lot of inaccuracies and is particularly alarming because I said that I didn’t want to be part of some ‘revenge’ feature’.
I took part in the feature to highlight how my experience and sharing my insights about dating and relationships, and specifically emotionally unavailable men has helped thousands of women, and instead, I’ve been summed up as a woman who is getting revenge on her cheating ex fiance! It was an opportunity to promote my site and ebook which I was promised and they failed to do!
Let me ask you something – Did any of you even know that I had my ex fiance that cheated!? For someone who is supposed to be taking revenge, I didn’t do a very good job of it, but I’ll let you draw your own conclusions!
Over at Dollymix, you can read the lowdown on what really happened and I hope that you will all agree that this blog is about empowering you, not taking out revenge! You can also read the article over at Femail – I’ll let you draw your own conclusion!
Note that they don’t seem to be publishing comments – I’ve had a few people email me to say that they’ve commented but they seem to be holding them back…