I can't live with knowing the fact that the last time I ever spoke to him was with a fight
Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
hi. im 15 and my X is 16. i know i am young but i was in love with him like no other. we went out for a year and a half and broke up 6 months ago.
at first we were still friends and kept kool but then i had gotten pregnant from him and everything changed. of course i had to get an abortion i was only 15 but it was like he was never there. he didnt really care and didnt help me out with anything. i felt alone cause i had to do this by myself, i couldnt tell my friends and espeically not my parents. i would always try talking to him hoping that he would somehow support me, but it was like he was cold hearted. he would always say "ok ill go wtih you meet me here after skool" but many times as i waited he never showed up. of course i was angry and already cranky because of the pregnancy so i blew up on him. we got into this big fight and havent spoken since.
its been 6 months since we broke up and 2 months since we havent talked but it is hard in school because i see him everyday but its even harder when we walk by eachother and pretend like we dont see one another.
i know he is mad at me for yelling at him but at the same time i am angry at him for standing me up, and lieing to me. he also talks behind my backs and says bad things about me but i feel like i cant just leave this like this. that i cant just never talk to him again and i cant live with knowing the fact that the last time i ever spoke to him was with a fight.
i wanna talk to him really bad but i am very scared its gunna pull us furthur apart than we already are and that is the least thing i ever want to happen between us. i know that if i dont do nething about this then nothing will change because he doesnt like to deal with problems and is the kind of guy that will just leave things alone, but im not like that
so please help me
what do u think i should do or possibly what i should say to him if i do talk to him about this?
Try to talk with him if you can.
The best thing to say, if you mean it, is that you understand that he couldn't be close to you when you were pregnant and that you were angry about it but have now forgiven him. Also say that you didn't want to leave your relationship with a fight.
If you can't talk to him, send him an email, or drop a note in his locker.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com