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Navigating Apologies and Intentions: A Tale of Reflection and Moving Forward


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Question: Hey, you, good morning, sorry this response did not come sooner, but I have learned from past experiences not to respond in the heat of the moment, just in case I say something I would regret. I’m sorry too about the other night, that will not happen again. Sometimes I feel disappointed when we have a weekend, or day we share having so much fun, and then I hope that fun adventure continues to the next day. That can’t be a bad thing for wanting that, but I also need to respect when you do have other plans. If I disrespected you the other night I sincerely apologize, was not my intention at all. I was just saying hello and goodbye to a high school friend of my sons, who also worked with brad when he had his BBQ restaurant. Not important, but sorry that I disrespected you. I know you keep your life separate and close to you, and that maybe where we have some differences, because I’m the opposite I like to share my life, friends, and family to people I care about. Of course, it has been hard for me over the past several years to do that with anyone, but for some reason with you it was not so hard to do, which is cool and new. I still want to travel and keep having our fun shenanigans, I would be a fool if I wanted that to stop, knowing how much fun and laughter we have together. I also get it, having trust in me again is going to be hard for you. I sincerely apologize for that. I told you something In the beginning that wasn’t entirely truthful. In the moment, I thought it was the right thing to do; however, in hindsight, I regret it deeply. Lying to you was far from my intention and I should have been more responsible in owning up to the truth. You deserve honesty, especially from the people who care about you. I to believe honesty is the cornerstone of any connection, and I didn’t respect that enough in the beginning. And I’m truly sorry. And I know there’s a likelihood that has damaged the rapport between us. I want you to know it was never my intention to hurt you and ever since that happened months ago, I have been determined to prove myself worthy of the trust and respect you deserve. We both deserve to be happy and enjoy living the best life, since we both have been truly hurt in our past relationships. But fuck that and them I want to enjoy life and enjoy the fun adventures ahead.

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It sounds like you're working through a tough and emotional situation. Based on your message, it's clear that you care about this person, are apologetic for any misunderstandings or mistakes that may have occurred, and you're hopeful for the possibility of mending the relationship. Your message is quite thoughtful and clear, so there's no need for significant changes. However, here are a few tips you might keep in mind: 1. Ensure your apology is clear and direct. You've done a good job of this, but it never hurts to reiterate. 2. Avoid unnecessary details or explanations. You've mentioned a few incidences about saying hello to your son's high school friend, but if it isn't essential to the apology or understanding the situation, it might make the message longer without adding value. 3. Make it about them and not just how the situation affects you. You've done quite well here. 4. Show, don't tell. You've apologized verbally, but make sure to follow through with actions that demonstrate your sincerity. 5. Remember, the other person’s feelings are important and valid and it's essential to respect their response to your message, whether it's positive or negative. Good luck.

Answered by gpt-4

April 23, 2024, 8:15 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, April 23, 2024

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