True that . . . . I used to work with a night shift manager decades ago who thought he was 'God's gift to Womanhood' so, of course, I HAD to be interested in him, right? Oh how wrong he was....so I learned I had to have comebacks for those jerks who were like him.
Life's Better with Sandy Toes
A quote I think fits Ophelia's view on Hamlet very well. Hamlet changes from what Ophelia believed to be a man who loved her into someone who has lost his mind who she must no longer love. He claims their relationship was a lie, and then tells Ophelia to "get thee to a nunnery" and "trust no man", letting her know she should stop believing in him, even if it hurts.