I was in a serious relationship than ended about a year ago. She was the first girl I met that was 100% into me. At one point we were serious about our future. But like any relationship it was complicated. It a nutshell I loved her very much but I was having career difficulties which was impacting my confidence. I took this out on her a lot (which wasn't fair) because I really have high expectations for myself. I also wanted a break from her because physically things were peetering out. We had a weird role reversal when it came to sex. She was usually the initiator and I started turning her down for various reasons.
Also something really serious happened a month later after breaking up with her. I discovered I had an HPV infection and after 3 weeks of contemplation I told her about it in person. I was seriously concerend about health. She told me she was vaccinated and pretty much responded "tough luck". However she got vaccinated right before she met me (she had been my only sexual partner for 1.5 years). There's a good chance she got it before meeting me and never had any symptoms like most people. I was furious and wanted to strangle her. However I also remembered that she we would often say asisine things if she was put on the spot.
About 6 months ago I moved out of state for work. Since then I have gotten much better financially, started dating againa and even hooked up once (I told the girl about my issue.. she didn't care). I'm feeling much more confident but a part of me would really like to talk to my ex. Should I write her a letter?
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... and pretty much responded "tough luck."
Along with This, which I found a rude Hit and Miss Mistreatment, there are other things on this list of "No love loss" here, dear, that I find that with moving 'Out of state for work,' you should Definitely Forget the Ex, find someone who you are More compatible with and with this 'Letter'... Leave the message and Past in a bottle.
Good luck. xx0
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