Do I need to say I am sorry
Visitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Male
I was with a women for over two years planning on getting married and setting our life up together when one day I got a call that she wanted to go in a different direction. The next day I recieved a email stating the same and that you for everything but she needs to be happy. I did the call her thing and her family trying to find out want happened for a few days. Sent a letter asking why etc... No answer no contact from her. I got our cell phone bill and noticed a new phone number being called for about a month. I called it and a male answered. About ten minutes later she calls mad saying I am a stalker and she will be calling my work. After a few weeks of being angry and pissed off I went out with some friends had a couple of drinks and called the police in her town stating that her new boyfriend may be a drug dealer and they should check this out. A police went to her house and check on her kids welfare and looked for the new boyfriend. A small investigation from the police department was started until I had my family contact her saying I was respondsible. She called my job and told them what I did along with her police department. My question is do I need to say I am sorry to her and explain what happened. I just do not want her to view me as some monster stalker type. I was very hurt and down and out because my future best friend was suddenly gone. I am afraid if I make any contact she will report me to the authorities etc.. It has been a couple of months since all this has happened and I have not made any contact. I just want her memories to be good ones not of what I did after.
Forget it. It has been several months. She hasn't reported you to the police for making a fale statement and you should be very happy about that.
Trying to do something now could just stir up the pot and make things worse.
So just suck it up and try to learn from your mistake.
Good luck! George
p.s. if you really want to apologize and can find a relative to do it for you just say you are sorry you parted ways so poorly and leave it at that.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com