The next day he asked if I went on his computer. I said yes but just to check my Facebook. He asked if I did anything else and I said no.
He was acting really weird the next day so I asked him what was wrong and he said he feels like I'm not being honest about the computer thing. So he asked again and I told him I went on and a message popped up and brought me over to his messages. He asked if I clicked on any and I said no. He asked again and I finally said yes that I did click on messages.
Obviously he was super angry at me. He didn't talk to me for a couple days and if he did he was super short.
A week later I surprised him on his break with his favorite foods and stayed long enough just to make sure he got it. He was super smiley and kept texting me about how sweet it was. Then he stopped responding. Didn't say a thing for almost two days.
I asked him yesterday if we could talk on the phone and he said "doubtful". So I asked him later that night if we could at all this week and he said he could at 5 today.
We talked for an hour and he was mostly just mad I lied to him twice, that I opened old messages with this girl he already told me not to worry about, and that I "thought he wouldn't find out". What can I do to fix this? It seems like things are somewhat getting better because before when I asked to call he said he didn't want to talk to me.
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First of all we shouldn't check someone privacy without permissions it hurts other feeling and break the trust. And you also lied to him.
From my opinion you should apologized to him and tell him it will never happened.
My best friend was angry on be because someone told him that ' I accused on him about my cousins stolen laptop '. First I tried to tell him that I didn't accused him but he didn't believed me. After many unsuccessful tries I decide to apologize about it (I never accused him). It takes me three months to recover our friendship by apologizing daily.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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