I broke up with my girlfriend last year, We were in a relationship for 2 years, I was a piece of shit back then, We used to fight over small things that didn't matter, We had a physical relationship. Also, My behavior towards her was the worst part, Even if something small happened I used to say "I think we should break up" because I was a short tempered guy, I realised that my behavior would hurt her so I decided to act like I didn't care & I wanted to make her realise that she should be independent cause she used to cry whenever we fought. So one day, I asked should we stay together & she said "I don't want to live with someone who doesn't care" That's when I told her we should break up. I did it because I knew I was the one hurting her, She asked me if we should take a break but I said No, If it's over, It's over. Stay happy.
It's been a year & I still miss her, But now I feel like I've changed a lot, Time has done wonders. Should I text her back? I miss her a lot. I'm afraid that she has changed & she would send a reply full of anger or ego. I still think she loves me. We didn't talk for a almost a year since the last conversation. It ended on good terms.
Most Helpful Girl
I can't understand people who " cry " for what they've lost , when they didn't " fight" to keep what they had
Your most difficult challenge is proving you've changed. That won't be possible unless she gives you a chance to prove it. All you can do is reach out to her and talk to her. Explain what you have here. It's reasonable and sincere.5
Most Helpful Guy
I think it's worth a shot, but try to keep it friendly, easy, play to present and future instead of anything dramatic and lengthy about the past. It's much easier to miss you if you say, "Hey, how's it going?" than writing a love letter or something reminiscing about old times.
I also have some MyTakes for you since I was in exactly the same spot. The wording confused some people but it might make sense to you.