Never Good Enough

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I just recently ended things with the person I love most in this world. I did everything I could to try and be with her, but things never worked out. We actually broke up roughly 6 months ago, but I had been changing my bad habits to get back together. Recently things had been great and she was telling friends how much I had changed and thought we were getting back together soon. This was until some rumor popped up, and even though I told her the same story time and time again, she believed the person who was constantly changing it. It was then I knew why weren't back together yet, and I told her if she couldn't trust me after all I did, we couldn't be together. It felt right at the time but now I'm question myself, I hurt so much and feel like a shell. Do I just try and deal with the pain or mend it by talking to her? Advice
My advice is to talk with her.

Even if you can only be friends at first, who knows what might develop. As a friend, she won't have as high of expectations for you.

You will always wonder if things could have worked out if you don't try. Show her that your change is for real

It might help for you to have a talk with the person who started the rumor and see what makes him/her think that way about you.

Good luck! George

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