There is a man I regret. I knew I was making the wrong choices as I made them, I was in denial over what I had with him... I don't blame him for all that went down because I knew better! I feel ashamed for letting it happen and for the way that i acted, so i coped by trying my best to erase it all from my memory so that it never happend and I wouldn't have any wounds to pick at because i'm extremely emotionally fickle.
Unfortunately I ran into him and the best I could do was cover my face with my hair and keep my distance.
I don't want to fear being reminded of him and what i went through, I just want to stand my ground on how i've decided to heal and move on, and not come off bitter about it! He is the kind of guy who prides himself on being friendly, he knows he really broke me but I can see him thinking its okay to approach me after all this time, being as nice and likable as he thinks he is...
i don't want to dwell, i just want to be prepared and say the right thing. So if he ever did come up to me I thought I should say: "I dont want to hear you, think of you, or see you ever again. Have a nice life!" - but I would mean it/say it in the nicest way possible! No bitterness! Does that work? Can any of you think of something good that can come out nicer? Quick to say, straight to the point?
Fuck these situations suck =.= how do you deal?
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Next time he talks to you say something like this:"I forgive you for what you did but I dont feel comfortable being around you since it brings up painful memories. I wish you happiness in your life but I would appreciate if you and I could just go our separate ways"
I think that meets your criteria. Its honest, short/to the point, non confrontational, and not mean or hateful.1
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