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  1. I think you were in the wrong but it is true that he has not behaved very well recently - although I can see that he is very confused and conflicted about his feelings. So - I think you should do this. Send him an e-mail apologising for sending that last message and acknowledge that it wasn't appropriate. Tell him you were wrong but you did it because you were being emotional and not rational and that is because you do love him and not being with him is causing you some turmoil. Say that you do understand that he must be conflicted as well and hope that very soon he can gain some persp
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  2. ask yourself, how does one put a time limit on 'moving on'. I can guarantee you its going to hurt for those two months and even longer, your going to want to contact him. When we start making these plans in our head, it gets us into trouble, because honestly, you let him go because you were bored, now you want him back because you think you might lose him... But will the real issue be resolved if you get back with him? If not, then you should be asking how do you get over THAT issue, and the answer is moving on, only when you experience life, and do things for yourself, and really rem
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  3. I don't think I've read anything here to suggest that you are a horrible or bad person. We are just pointing out our observations on what is happening here. Speaking for myself, I am truly sorry you are going through this. I know you genuinely regret what you've done, but I don't really think you should. Like you said, you were 21 and you wanted to explore life. You don't need to apologize for that. However, there is a price to be paid and that's the part that you seem to have trouble accepting. This is part of the process of growing up. You make "mistakes" and you grow from it. I put
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