If you want to keep affairs secret, don’t keep a ledger recording every infidelity. New York Post says it got its hands on Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s diary from 2001, which, along with a record of his daily speeches and activism, includes the names of 37 women he had extramarital encounters with and a number corresponding to the sexual act. The diary is full of guilt and remorse, according to the Post, with affair-less days labeled “victory” and fond entries about his time in a Puerto Rican prison, where women were absent. Kennedy’s wife, Mary Richardson Kennedy, committed suicide last year after Kennedy filed for divorce. Kennedy told the Post he had no diary from 2001.