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Old 01-17-2006, 12:44 AM   #1
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ok, I feel like complete ****, and dont need to be told that by anyone. I know I f'd up but I need some advice.

This morning, in a large moment of stupidity, I completely destroyed the friendship that I had built over the last 5/6 months when I broke up with my gf. I know it may not seem like a big deal...ex gf...blah blah blah...but I seriously hurt myself as well as her.

I am seriously considering traveling to where she lives this weekend to do my best to "patch" what I f**ked up so bad.

My question is, once I am there, what do I do?

just to give you a scale of what I did, this the first line of her response "dont ever talk to me again... i swear to god if you ever contact me again i will rip your face off! " and the last "go f*** your self im going to send you a package and you know what will be in it? your f*****g ring go give it to someone who gives a damn anymore! "

what should I do once I am there?

(I know a lot of things can change between now and friday/saturday but I still need to think ahead for this)
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i would suggest cooling off WAY LONGER than a week for that situation...

sorry to hear man :(
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i would suggest cooling off WAY LONGER than a week for that situation...

sorry to hear man :(
agreed...but you have to apologize (somehow)

sorry to hear about it too =/
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a simple letter knows u still care... but make sure its heartfelt with no negative emotion...
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i would suggest cooling off WAY LONGER than a week for that situation...

sorry to hear man :(
that'* the thing, I have never messed up this bad that I can remember. I really dont know what to do.


And no, I will not post what she read.
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OMG! Tell her you're sorry first of all... DO NOT blame ANYTHING on her...whatever you do! then tell her you don't want to be liek this anymore and try to give her a hug and DON'T make any dumb faces bc she'll be watching your EVERY move! Tell her you still love her... if you do, while you hug her! Good luck... I'm so sorry you're going through this. Why did you break up to begin with?
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I'm * orry to hear that!. :(

It is impossible to give advice about what you should do when we don't know the circumstances behind her behavior. More details are needed..
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OMG! Tell her you're sorry first of all... DO NOT blame ANYTHING on her...whatever you do! then tell her you don't want to be liek this anymore and try to give her a hug and DON'T make any dumb faces bc she'll be watching your EVERY move! Tell her you still love her... if you do, while you hug her! Good luck... I'm so sorry you're going through this. Why did you break up to begin with?
im sorry... but that sounds like total disaster to me....
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i would suggest cooling off WAY LONGER than a week for that situation...

sorry to hear man :(
NO! If you want her back go to her! If you don't and just want to smooth it over then appologize whatever way you feel is right.
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I'm * orry to hear that!. :(

It is impossible to give advice about what you should do when we don't know the circumstances behind her behavior. More details are needed..

Ok I agree bc she did say she wanted to rip your face off... maybe cool down for a while, she may make contact with you after giving it some thought! Man I thought I was rough on guys during break ups! Goodluck!
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