My ex boyfriend broke up with me 1.5 months ago the day before I left overseas to visit my family. He swore at me and said he lost interest in me because my dad didn't like him (they haven't even met-my ex chose not to meet him). I went NC for a month because I was sooo hurt mainly because I also found out he was interested in some other girl at the time. He broke my NC and contacted me 2 days ago by text -"hello, dropping a line. Hope you are alright and doing well." To be honest, I felt angry because I was just beginning to heal inside as I was pretty devastated by the break up. I really did love him. But the NC let me see that he wasn't right for me as he didn't apologise for his behaviour.
I responded with this a day later
"I want to say thank you for your wishes the other day. I was very much surprised, and although it was nice of you, I want you to still respect my need for space. To be honest, Im still angry at you, not because of the decision you made to leave (im glad you made it), but your behaviour was awful towards me and the last thing I remembered of you were the swear words that came out of your mouth before I left overseas. It wasn't okay at all, and frankly, disrespectful. I got no apology and I found it... disgusting. I don't tolerate that behaviour from anyone. Everything, and that moment made me reallse I can't look at you the same way anymore and I realised I no longer have those feelings for you. I sincerely wish you all the best and I want you to do well in life. But seriously, dont ever swear at a lady."
So what do you guys think of the message I sent? I wanted to keep it as classy as possible and be polite.
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Honestly, you probably shouldn't have responded at all. I know it's hard not to cave, especially when there's something you want to get off your chest, but NC means NC lol, but it's done now. Back to the text, it seems kind of long :-/ sounds like you had a lot to say and it should've been done via phone call, or just keep the text short and vague if you didn't want to talk on the phone.1