Made a mistake! I broke up with him but I want him back!
Question Posted Tuesday August 3 2010, 10:34 am
I broke up with my boyfriend of 6 months and last time we talked I cahnged it to a break because I still love him. I can't stop thinking about him and he won't answer or return my phone calls. He does work a lot...its a VERY crazy schedule. I made him a little slideshow of pictures of us...not sure if I'm going to send it to him. I was thinking of sending it to him.
What can I do? I want to talk to him and I miss him like crazy. HELP PLEASE!! :(
no more on and off break ups and taking breaks. and id move fast before he realizes that you could easily do it again and doesnt want to be with you anymore.
you need to approach him calmly. like, "hey, can we talk? so, i was thinking, i was really out of line... i needed this time to think and i hope i can make it up to you."
just dont make this continual. im not sure how close you guys are but i did this with my last boyfriend and when i asked for him back, he said to forget it because i was playing too many games and he liked being single better. [ japm's advice column | Ask japm A Question ]
Shelly_x answered Wednesday August 4 2010, 10:03 am: Id send him the slideshow but maybe you could go to his house and see him? or send him a letter to his house and tell him that you are sorry and that you love him and miss him
XSugarPieX77 answered Tuesday August 3 2010, 9:08 pm: Just give him some time to cool off from the situation. He's probably hurt right now, but once he has some time to think about things, he will speak to you again soon. If he doesn't he's not worth your time. Don't send him the slideshow right now, it might seem a little creepy since you havent been speaking to each other. Hope I helped!
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