I just want to say that you and I discussed slowing things down because I said it was going too fast. You told me you weren't upset and didn't want to ruin things with me. You ended it weeks later by telling me I wasn't ready for a relationship and you couldn't give me what I needed. I felt like you turned me down because of my depression.
I tried to talk to you to justify my behaviour because I was afraid of being depressed again. You ignored me. You told me that physical rejection would hurt you but I told you I couldn't handle being ignored... you promised to not ignore me.
You say I'm untrustworthy but depression is what is untrustworthy. It changes the way a person thinks. I saw the worst in others because I saw the worst in myself. Anything I said was out of confusion not malice. You told me you knew how hard depression was... and it was hell for me.
Most Helpful Guy
Well, it's a great letter.. My take would be that you're explaining yourself and your reasoning. That said, he went with your friend!!! This violates unspoken rules between you and your ex dating each others friends AND most importantly, your friend broke the same rule... Everyone knows friends can't date an ex of another friend. Total bs!
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Most Helpful Girl
I think you sound more like your accusing him for leaving than just wanting peace. Maybe reword it so it doesn't sound like that, especially if you've want to rekindle a friendship. Write less descriptive experiences and be positive on how yyouve grown as a person since you last spoke. Just be short and sweet, and let the past stay in the past.