My ex broke up with me back in February and at first I didn't understand why, but after months of not talking to him or seeing each other, I've had had some painful realizations. Him and I were friends before we got together and I realized that I really fucked up with him.
I did some growing up this past year and I really fucked up with him, my family and other people, but him especially. I'm not trying to get back with him (no way) , but I really want to take ownership for how badly I treated him. It's so rare for me to want to reconcile with people, but he's that person I want in my life, even if we're not dating because I knew he loved and cared about me and vice versa, and I took him for granted. I don't expect him to forgive me or be okay with me, but I feel the best way I can get this chip off of my shoulder is by coming clean. I can be at peace with myself, and quite frankly, I miss him. I miss his smile and laugh and positive demeanor...
- Say sorry!Vote A
- I wouldn't say anything. .-.Vote B
Most Helpful Guy
In my opinion, an apology has to be said, if a person is regretful and you certainly are. It's a sign of good faith, no matter whether he says "ok" to get rid of you, actually forgives you, or go batsh*t crazy about you texting him again. It shows your quality, in the first place. My ex friend apologized to me 1.5 years after our breakup and it was the warmest thing I've ever heard from her, so yeah, totally worth it.0
Most Helpful Girl
I think you should talk to your ex and let him know how you feel0