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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
Hi- I was involved in an affair with a man (a director) who I worked with. We ended things for many reasons, but the root was b/c I suspected him of sleeping around with a million others. And I was right. I could never believe from day one that I was involved in such a despicable thing and am happy to be free of it. My issue is, he is a womanizer. Obviously the fog has lifted and I see so many faults of my own here. He will continue on his ramp of woman after woman after woman. I can't believe he does this and gets away with it? It just seems so wrong. In one regard I feel angry and know that I am to blame for doing it in the first place but on the other hand, two wrongs don't make a right and he should stop abusing his position to treat women with such disrespect. His conduct is atrocious - really like no man I've met.  


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