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Dear Guilty as can be:

I think you should tell him that you still love him.

A similar thing happened to my friend Katelyn. She was in love with this guy, Devon. They dated for over a year. They rarely got into fights. One day she found a phone number in his nightstand, and being the insecure person that she is, she called the number.

A women answered the phone and Katelyn hung up. She jumped to the conclusion that Devon was cheating on her. She confronted Devon, and it turned out it was his sisters new phone number.

Devon was angry that Katelyn would go and do something like that, so he broke up with her. Katelyn loved him very much and didn't understand why she would do something like that.

If she had done this without the 4 months apart, it may not have worked. She needed that time alone.

After 4 months of being apart she called Devon and told him that she still loved him and wanted to be with him. She apologized for thinking that he might be cheating on her, and said she would never let it happen again.They did get back together, and are now engaged to be married.

I think you should call him, or write a letter telling him that you love him and want him back. Tell him you're sorry for saying such terrible things to him and you know he would never cheat on you.

We All Jump to Conclusions

Yes, we all do. But she has a pattern of hitting first to avoid getting hurt.

We all jump to conclusions sometimes, and I think he needs to understand that.


There IS something else that she can do: Let him go.

There's really nothing else you can do but hope that he loves you and is willing to get past this.



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