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My ex GF responded to my "text apology" ... what to do next? watch

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    I honestly don't know what to think/feel about this.

    I apologised for acting like a prick on the day we broke up, that I was rash and the thing's I said to her were totally uncalled for. I basically took full responsibility for the **** I had done.

    Bare in mind that it's me who instigated the break up.

    I sent her the text on Tuesday and today she decided to answer it.

    This is what she said: "That's totally not true, it was completely understandable and I didn't think it was rude at all. Anyway I should be the one who takes the blame for being unfair. Everything's great. Hope you and your family are all OK as well."


    I don't get why she would think that she's the one who has to take the blame for this

    I could've easily just laughed what happened off... but I was angry and took it out on her!! ... She did absolutely nothing wrong at all.

    What do you guys think?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I honestly don't know what to think/feel about this.

    I apologised for acting like a prick on the day we broke up, that I was rash and the thing's I said to her were totally uncalled for. I basically took full responsibility for the **** I had done.

    Bare in mind that it's me who instigated the break up.

    I sent her the text on Tuesday and today she decided to answer it.

    This is what she said: "That's totally not true, it was completely understandable and I didn't think it was rude at all. Anyway I should be the one who takes the blame for being unfair. Everything's great. Hope you and your family are all OK as well."


    I don't get why she would think that she's the one who has to take the blame for this

    I could've easily just laughed what happened off... but I was angry and took it out on her!! ... She did absolutely nothing wrong at all.

    What do you guys think?
    Ok so I have a boyfriend and we've argued before and broken up for a short time and he's come back after a short time apologising and I know that I have taken the blame for things that I may not have done just to keep things chilled because I care about him and wanted him back... maybe that's what she is doing or just wants to stay friends?
    The question is do you want to get back together/ be friends?...

    Hope this helps even if its a tiny bit haha
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    Honestly....she probably DOES blame you but just wants to avoid confrontation or any big arguments. Plus, you've taken responsibility and she probably doesn't want to be like "yeah, you were the one in the wrong" because you've both obviously moved on and she doesn't feel the need to open old wounds. And, maybe she feels bad that you pinned it all on yourself?
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    (Original post by Emmaaa<3)
    Ok so I have a boyfriend and we've argued before and broken up for a short time and he's come back after a short time apologising and I know that I have taken the blame for things that I may not have done just to keep things chilled because I care about him and wanted him back... maybe that's what she is doing or just wants to stay friends?
    The question is do you want to get back together/ be friends?...

    Hope this helps even if its a tiny bit haha
    Yes it does

    I want her back!
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    Aww well the best thing you can do to impress her is just make casual conversation with her for a bit and give her time to forgive you properly and think about what she wants. Inbox me if you want help and I hope it all works out
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    You're back in there, son. I have no idea exactly what you wrote in that apologetic text of yours, but it must have been a text of Shakespearian proportions from the smouldering heart of Casanova himself.

    I commend you.
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    (Original post by lustawny)
    You're back in there, son. I have no idea exactly what you wrote in that apologetic text of yours, but it must have been a text of Shakespearian proportions from the smouldering heart of Casanova himself.

    I commend you.
    I don't know if srs or not?

    I was just honest and thoughtful and didn't put any blame on her.


    If you're srs ... what should I do now?
 
 
 
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