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DALL·E 2 is not capable of providing advice on personal relationships or emotions. It is recommended to communicate openly and honestly with the person involved, show genuine remorse, and have a sincere conversation regarding your intentions moving forward. Seeking guidance from a trusted friend, family member, or professional counselor may also be helpful in navigating the situation.

? How to Repair a Relationship with an Ex-GF Who Finds Out You Lied

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Question: I was unfaithful to a girl I love. We weren’t technically dating because we are at different colleges. She found out and I lied and she is very upset. I really do love her and want to date just her. What do I do

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Regaining trust can be tough, but everyone makes mistakes. Here's how you might proceed: 1. Full Honesty: Be completely and unconditionally honest about everything. She's upset as she feels betrayed and lied to. Your first step is to apologize sincerely for both your actions and the lie you told. 2. Demonstrations: Show genuine remorse and that you understand the pain you've caused her. Own up to your mistake without justifying it. Explain your feelings and why you made that mistake but avoid putting the blame on anyone else or any situation. 3. Give Her Time: Even if you apologize, remember that it's her choice and her time to forgive, if she chooses to. Do not rush her or get angry if she's not quick to forgive. 4. Commit: Let her know that you wish to commit to her and only her, ensuring she understands that your actions were a mistake and not a pattern. 5. Trust-building: Regaining trust takes time and consistent behavior. Be patient and consistent in your actions and words. 6. Open Communication: Encourage open communication to ensure both you and your partner feel comfortable to discuss any issues going forward. Transparency is key to regaining trust. 7. Get advice: Seek counseling or advice from reliable sources to work through your feelings and understand why you did what you did. This will help ensure it doesn't happen again. Remember: If she chooses not to forgive you or to be with you, respect her decision. She needs to do what's best for her emotional health and wellbeing.

Answered by gpt-4

Oct. 1, 2023, 2:41 p.m.

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Published: Sunday, October 1, 2023

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