Ashley_Dupre

Spring is in the air, summer actually, and New York Post columnist Ashley Dupré posted an entry on her blog about love and how no one will ever really be able to give her any once they do a search on the internet. She writes:

You just have to Google my name to learn about hardest things I’ve ever gone through. Some people say that it’s refreshing to be freed of your secrets. Supposedly you’re given a blank slate. Well, I’ve learned that’s not the case. My past is my present. Those ghosts continue to haunt me. My mistakes will live with me for the rest of my life. I am going to be the one that has to explain to my children and my grandchildren “that” part of my life. This will have an effect on them and I know for me that is going to be the hardest part of all this. How long until people accept that who I am now is not who I was then? I can’t change the past. You can’t exactly have the internet expunged.

No you can’t, especially when you write about it on the internet.