Your exactly right. So should I give him space or apologize and then give him space?
Have you not apologised already? If not then sure, it wouldn't be wrong to do that. I would have a think about how best to phrase it. Something that incorporates both understanding of what you've done wrong and clear intent to change would be best. Something that doesn't scream of short term fix but more of long term commitment.As an example:"I'm honestly sorry for the way that I have behaved at times. On reflection I can see how it might have been somewhat suffocating. That is not the person that I want to be, it's not the person that I used to be. Whilst I cannot change what has already happened I intend to work on myself in order than I can learn to adjust my constant need for control, particularly in areas where I cannot possibly control things other than myself".Don't take that word for word, it's just a general example of the kind of thing. Don't be TOO apologetic, the idea is not to become a martyr.
No I have not apologize yet. And I see what you mean that was very helpful!! I'll take that into consideration
No be he is not responsive like how he use to be
oh ok, maybe he's just not wanting all the fights that's gotten you worked up before so he withdrew a little?
Yes he use to call text make plans etc and we got into a little argument and he said we can be friends from a distance and every since then he has been acting funny not calling me anymore barely responding to me smh
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Well if they dont how could I redeem myself?