I've been dating a great guy for going on two months now. We have fun together, he's caring, listens to me when I tell him he has made a mistake and I am so comfortable with being myself. My hair is let all the way down. However, friction has started because I've become more demanding of his personal time, and upset when he can't give it to me when I want it. I've frustrated myself with entitled feelings that he owes me all of his time, already. Unfortunately, this sound logic has not been applied and this Friday , after quite a few happy hour cocktails, boiled over into my emotions. Needless to say, I lashed out because I wanted to see him that night and he already had plans. He tried to reason with me but I wasn't having it. Ultimately, I sent him a text at 11PM that night stating I don't see us going anywhere, I don't feel we're building anything of substance and this is not what I'm looking for. He did not respond. He never just goes silent. So, further into my emotional stupor that had turned into panic, and having friends in my ear all night, I sent him another, backpeddling text saying I want to do what he says and start over, so we can keep moving forward but only if we can find a common ground. Again, silence. I was so down & out... We haven't spoken all weekend, and that's prob best so the both of us could take space. I messed up, big time, and I need to sincerely apologize. I would also like some honest feedback. Damage control help, please and thank you :) !
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First, figure out why you acted this way to begin with. The problem started with your actions and will end the same way. what made you so posesive? Then after you both have cooled down apologize to him. admit you were being selfish and explain why this occured. Ask if he will give you another chance, after all you made a mistake, as long as you learned from it ( Obviously be sincere) The fact is this behaviour is a red flag, two months in is not a lot of time and having a life outside of each other is a very important thing for a healthy relationship. In short Apologize, be sincere, let him no it won't happen again.0