This is SUCH a silly question but just want some insight. Basically boyfriend broke up with me 2 weeks ago, since then there have been minimal contact and yesterday I actually wrote him a nice text saying that I forgive him and that I think we can still perhaps consider putting this behind us (we ended badly) and to just sort of reconcile. I was not referring to getting back together, just sort of you know, saying our apologies and bringing closure cause like I said, it was a bad break up and we started with a fight and ended with him breaking up and storming off. Clearly emotions went bonkers and I just felt like we shouldn't end a 6 month relationship on that note.
Either way, he blocked me on what's app. I was shocked because this was very unlike him and I thought he would have at least replied. So basically it's like a slap in the face and just shows he's not willing to reconcile. I sent him a final text to his phone saying I won't ever bother him again and thanked him for the good times and just made it short and sweet. Of course he didn't reply again (didn't expect him too). Now my question is should I also block him from what's app as well? I sort of ask this because in the future I have a feeling that he'll want to try to contact me again but now I don't know how break up etiquette works. Should I just block him now for the rest of my life or give him the opportunity to send me a message?
This is my first real break up so I'm clueless.
Thanks for the help!
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Sorry this has happened to you. I don't think you even want our answers. You don't want to block him because you hope that he will contact you & you two will get back together again. Am I right?
You need to do what you want to do. And when you don't know what to do, in any situation (unless it's life or death), is do nothing. Let it ride. That's right. Don't do anything right now because you may regret it later. If you block him now & he tries to contact you, you'll hate yourself. On the other hand, if a guy who has a temper like that, who cannot forgive or at least hear you out when you are apologizing, well, is he really someone that you should have in your life?
So, give yourself time to think. Doing nothing may be the right thing right now. Think about how he behaved towards you and how he handled his anger. Use this information to process what you want in the next man.
Again, you are not clueless. I think you know what you want to do. Good luck.3