"_____, I release you, I accept what you told me. Also I don't want neither hurt you nor make you unhappy. I'll be fine. Maybe in the future, our friendship can rekindle."
I hope I didn't sound very submissive.
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Different meanings can be drawn from the text. "I release you" could mean you had your ex boyfriend captive. It also could mean you were acting against his wishes. The phrase also begs the question, release [him] of what? Pain?
Once the second phrase—"I accept what you told me"—is read in conjunction with the preceding phrase, it seems you were unwilling to let go of something or him.
However, the second sentence contradicts the previous meaning. The second sentence suggests you are one breaking up. If that isn't the case, it does seem the second sentence is line with the previous sentence, but phrased in a manner to suggest you are doing him a favour of letting go of him.0