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Dear Dr. Darcy:

My boyfriend broke up with me recently and I’m having a super hard time with it. I’ve never experienced pain like this in my life. I can’t eat, I can’t sleep, and I can barely function at work. I honestly feel like I’m losing my mind. I’m not a kid, I’m 29, and I’ve had breakups before, but I’ve never felt such pain. It’s causing me to act in ways that I’m not proud of. After we broke up, he unfriended me, but because I can’t tolerate not knowing what’s going on in his life, I set up a fake FB account with a hot girl’s profile picture, and I sent him a friend request and he accepted it. So now I can see him flirting with other girls and he’s actually flirting with my fake account. But I can’t stop. Do you think I’m crazy? What should I do?

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Lady Chastity

Lady Chastity

Dear Dr. Darcy: 

My ex-boyfriend was quite kinky and was always introducing new things to the relationship. I wasn't all the way into it but went along with it to make him happy. As part of a "cuckolding" and "male chastity" scene, he introduced me to my current girlfriend. The scene was hotter than I expected and we hit if off. I stayed in touch with her and things progressed to the point where I ended things with my ex-bf and started dating her.

Now the twist. My ex was so sad and devastated from the break up that he wanted to stay friends, like to actually spend time with me. I felt bad for him but I wanted to be fair to my new girl. So... um... I made him a deal. If he stayed locked in his chastity cage with me keeping the keys then we could hang as friends. The moment he took it off would be done forever.

I thought he would last a week or two and we'd part ways. Instead it was almost a month before he finally begged to be unlocked. By that time I was enjoying our platonic relationship and even sorta getting off on being his "keyholder" and teasing him. Is this fair?

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