After this article published online, Klecker briefly spoke with The Desert Sun on the phone.“I can assure you one thing, your article could not be further from what happened,” Klecker said, before hanging up.The Desert Sun is not identifying Klecker's ex-girlfriend or the boyfriend she dated after Klecker because they have not been accused of any wrongdoing in this case.Klecker was fired in 2013, but the details of his termination only became public this month because the former deputy sued Riverside County to get his job back.If not for the lawsuit, the misconduct in Klecker's personnel files would have been hidden forever.
Reread your words and try to identify what is really bothering you — and what you need from a relationship going forward.
My name is Elliot, and helping people with dating disasters has been my underground passion ever since my days in the fraternity house at college.
I created this site years ago as a way to share my ideas and things just sort of grew from there.
If your relationship went kaput weeks ago and you’re stuck in that emotional post-breakup rut, here are ten reminders to help you move forward. Get over your ex: Cut off contact Don’t try to be friends. Don’t text him when his favorite song plays on the radio.
Yes, they’re common sense and fairly simple — but not always so easy to follow. Get over your ex: Cry Denial doesn’t solve anything. Or maybe you need to head to the gym and find an available punching bag. The easiest and healthiest way to get over someone is to initiate clear boundaries.