What do you do when the love of your life turns out to be a good-for-nothing love rat? 'Pour your heart out to him in private letters that he'll never see?' (Secretly you think it's a big fat waste of time but your therapist says it's the perfect way to express your inner rage and who are you to argue with science?); 'Pretend it's not happening and carry on?' (The pressure to act normally will almost kill you of course - but it would be much worse if anyone ever suspected that your life was less than perfect); and, 'Create a blog and tell the whole world about your problems?' (You need advice and, if he won't listen to you, there are plenty of people out there who will. What harm can it do especially if you keep your identity top secret). Three very different women have one thing in common - a good-for-nothing Casanova called Charlie. When he betrays them, they choose three very different ways to cope. But can they ever get over him? And will the love rat ever learn his lesson? 
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