Last edited by Arielflies; 03-06-2013 at 04:13 PM.
They rejected all of these women/men. Many of them were lead on, some substantially. Many feel blindsided. And yet the lead seems to think this was nothing and that the lead was the victim and that the rejected ones have no right to their feelings? You'd think that since all the leads are recycled & have been on the other side, that they'd get this.
I think that TPTB are feeding the leads' egos so much that they just don't think of anyone but themselves.
They need to come into this expecting the worst. That way if they don't get that, it's a pleasant surprise.
"Some of us learn from other people's mistakes and the rest of us have to be other people."
That's probably true of most people, but I don't think AshLee is that good of an actress. She went to the WTA with hurt feelings she was storing up and stewing over for those three months, and she was determined to dump them all over Sean to make him look as bad as possible to his F1 and all of America to "get even." She wanted to make him pay for letting her go. In her own delusional mind, she was "the one" ... she even had put in her ring order! In her own way, she's a bigger nut job than Tierra.
I think it was both hurt feelings and the desire to hurt and embarrass him. One leads to the other. That's what revenge is all about!
The bolded part you are refering to should have been worded differently. I write the way I speak and i realize it can be confusing to other's when written. I will try to be more careful.
I was trying to say, Ashley may have ask for assurance on his feelings for her and the other girls. Instead of accepting his response, she kept asking similiar questions over and over, Sean may have just told her what she wanted to hear, in order to simply end the conversation. This could have been the first time he saw this side of her and the way she presented herself, may have played a part in his decision to send her home.
There's nothing more frustrating than not being able to convince someone of something you feel is true... especially if you're a wounded person who has a hard time giving up control... or if you're someone who works hard to be a person of principle. A/K/A AshLee & Sean. That "discussion" was doomed from the get-go.
When I don't know who is telling the truth, I don't try to presume, I just let the two cancel themselves out and go back to what I had thought of them prior to that. In this case, I felt Sean was a fun, considerate guy and that while AshLee was kind-hearted too, it was in a manner which was a bit over-the-top. Their communication was bound to breakdown eventually because they weren't a good match. C'est la vie.