Two of the women listed in this digital black book factor into what should be an interesting summer for the environmental activist and son of the slain US senator. kept a list of dozens of women filed under the letter “G” in his cellphone, a code that his late wife believed stood for “goomah,” the Italian slang for mistress.
One woman described Kennedy as a “big flirt” and said Richardson was suspicious of her.
Another called Kennedy a “charming and talented man” but said they had not been romantic.
He said last year that the 2001 diary “served as a tool for self-examination and for dealing with my spiritual struggles at the time.
It also contains unedited, unfiltered stream-of-consciousness musings about current events and people.” Kennedy and Hines were engaged in May and, The Post reported, are to be married at the Kennedy family’s annual summer reunion in Hyannis Port, Mass.
Laurence Kirwan believed his 42-year-old wife was having an affair with Kennedy, whom she met at a Westchester gym, a confidant of the surgeon told The Post.
The couple separated in July 2012, but Laurence Kirwan believed the relationship began several months earlier, while Richardson was still alive, the friend said.That year, Kennedy wrote of struggling with “my greatest defect . You have not the strength to resist their charms.” But it’s clear that Kennedy’s struggles continued.His late wife told her friend that when the couple was seeing Manhattan therapist Sheenah Hankin in 2006, Kennedy went through a “process of disclosure” and spilled the names of dozens of women with whom he had affairs.On some days, Kennedy listed the names of two or three women.On other days, he wrote “victory,” which meant he avoided temptation.“It was tempting but I prayed and God gave me the strength to say no,” he wrote.