Last week I ended a friendship with a 2 year friend and even though I'm doing my usual routine I can't get her out my mind. Should I text her again just to see how she's doing? I ended it for a couple of reason, I felt like I was being used with all the favors and such but mainly because I like her a lot and decided it's time for me to move on however I can't get her out my head. I've often been tempted to text her back and apologize or something even though it would make me look weak. Should I do it? Maybe she has already moved on since she hasn't texted me yet. I don't know what to do.

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Fan Girl answered

That 2-year itch is coming back. Just send her a simple text like "Hey, I wanted to apologize a few years back. I'm sorry for what I did to you. You don't have to reply if you don't want to."

If she replies, then good for you. However, she probably won't want to meet up with you again. It's probably going to be her texting you back and that's it. It's out of your system, and then you can move on with your life in peace.

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Pepper pot answered

Well the reasons why you ended the friendship still exist:-

1. You felt like you were being used.

2. You like her more than a friend.

So, what is more painful feeling used and liking someone that doesn't like you back in the same way,

Or parting with the friendship?

See because if you return to it you are choosing to feel like you are being used, and settling for a friendship which is going to be hard because you are obsessing about her.

I think you need to choose an option that will shunt you away from these feelings because you "keep doing the same thing and expecting a different result."

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