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To whom it may concern.


My ex just received a letter where I explain how sorry I am for all the troubles I have caused (that lead to the break-up). Prior, she didn't really want to keep in touch in fear of being critizised or yelled at. The last week, I've been trying to mend all this hostility, and tonight I ran into her at MSN. She thanked me for the letter and said that she believed my words, but she seemed to be in a hurry and didn't have much time to speak. Is this a bad sign? How do I proceed? I really want her back, and I'm willing to give it time too.


Please advice!



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Thomas I'm in the same boat. I lied to my ex about some things, the truth was eating away at my conscience, so I came clean with her about some things I lied about in the past. Needless to say, she was a little bit infuriated, and told me she didn't want to speak to me again.


In situations like mine and yours', whatever yours is like, the first step is to realize we can't control the outcome. You can't force someone to forgive you just the same as you can't make someone love you. In our case time is an ally. Use it wisely.

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