Most Helpful Girl
Chances are he is beginning to feel deep remorse and regret now that your absence in his life is painfully obvious. Unfortunately, many times when people apologize it's not for you: it's for them. It's not to make you feel better, it's to relieve themselves of their own guilt. It's too silence the deafening reality check which holds them accountable for a mess and remains on repeat in their minds. This is probably why he's so diligent with trying repeating his apology. There's a high probability that this could be one of those situations.
I still think it's best for you and most healthy for your mind and spirit to NOT INVITE OR INCLUDE HIM IN YOUR LIFE IN ANY WAY INCLUDING SOCIAL MEDIA. You've already given so much irretrievable time on his messes. At this point, his presence is an injustice to all that you could be because even if he is sorry; you are still tethered to his pain. You are still tightly secured to the "depression and anxiety" he has caused. Instead of working on progress and fixing the damage he caused, you will simply be reminded of it all with his presence becoming a constant reminder. Please keep doing what you're doing
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