chrissabelle37 answered Sunday January 28 2007, 3:59 pm: Hey. Well if he e-mailed you and apologized than you're definitely not going to loose him because it sounds like he really likes you. That's a nice guy to apologize like that. I would talk to him about it in person so you can clear it up and everything will be back to normal =). This way you can see how he feels and I'm sure he wants the argument to be over too if he apologized. Just talk to him about it in person and everything will be back to normal. I really hope this helped and good luck! =) [ chrissabelle37's advice column | Ask chrissabelle37 A Question ]
MelLeDisko answered Saturday January 27 2007, 2:33 pm: If he apologized and told you he loves you, it sounds like he needs you just as much as you need him. And if you don't want to lose him, why end it?
Now I don't know how bad the fight was or what it was about or anything, but if it was that bad, maybe sit down and have a talk with him about it and try and resolve it calmly without fighting. And it'd be best to do this with every bad situation that comes your way so there's no fighting and yelling and breaking up.
But whenever you guys go to apologize, it's best to do it in person so you can truely see how sorry they are and hear their tone and everything. It's just the better thing to do. It shows more respect, also. So if this situation ever WAS to occur again ( hopefully it won't ), then you & him should apologize to eachother in person.
xcheerbabex108 answered Saturday January 27 2007, 9:48 am: It looks to me like you're not going to lose him if he e-mailed you saying that. But, you're going to have to try your absolute hardest to not fight with him like that. (I don't know what the fight was about, though)
If you guys continuously fight like that,
I think you two should take a break.
solidadvice4teens answered Saturday January 27 2007, 8:30 am: You did not mention what your fight was about so I have little to go on to help you from what you wrote in the question field. I think what you need to do is give this a few days to cool off and not be swift to answer his e-mail.
This is done so you both can contemplate how to resolve the issue to make sure it doesn't happen again. If you are nervous and thinking to yourself "this might be it" there's a reason for that and you ought to listen to what that voice is telling you.
Odds are, you know the truth is that this is the end of the relationship but you are unwilling to accept that. Trust your gut because if you think it's over and are scared of being in an even worse situation with him later on end it now.
You don't "need him". Nobody is dependant upon anyone else for love, friendship, relationships. There are many guys who will be vying for your attention in the long run. If this guy seems wrong for you right now cut him loose and move on to the next one. You'll be fine but it may take a while to get over this loss which is normal.
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