Jennifer, I hope you and the other women see now that you did nothing wrong and the “wrong” is entirely w/ Ben. He’s a boy sent in to do a man’s job, he’s not ready for lasting love, he’s still at the maturity stage of a teenager and confuses lust w/ love and cunning beauty w/ true beauty and real goodness. True happiness can only be reached w/ someone who loves you exactly for who you are and you them, if you need him to grow up or want to marry you when those are deal breakers for you, then that’s not the right guy for you. He’s out there, but you have to stop wasting time on the wrong ones – they don’t just steal your time, but your self esteem as well. If only you can see what a catch you are as well as Kacie, and Lindzi. I hope you are dancing for joy that you escaped more misery w/ such an immature, insensitive little boy who still has much growing up to do (if he’s even capable of it). Time to pick fully grown men who are already ready for what you want. I PROMISE you they are out there and are looking for you as well.
Comment by Ben is a DB — February 1, 2012 @ 7:37 pm
I love Jennifer even more after her exit interview. Now I truly know she’s a sincere good person. I’m glad that she sounds like she’s learned her lessons and will expect the man in her life to treat her w/ much more respect and consideration or he’s not the one to waste time and energy on.
Comment by Go Jennifer! — February 3, 2012 @ 11:10 am
I love that she was refreshingly honest about Ben and Courtney in her post show interview. It showed she has more backbone, character and personality than what was shown on the show. She’s a beautiful person inside and out; I hope she values herself enough to never put up w/ a Ben type in real life ever again (or that ex she was talking about). Loving yourself means finding someone who values you and has no doubt and think it’s an honor to put a ring on your finger.
Comment by Go Jennifer — February 6, 2012 @ 12:34 am