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Old 10-04-2006, 03:11 PM   #1
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Getting over my own mistakes?

I haven't spoken to her in 4 months. It was a really complicated situation, where we fell hard for each other, but she was dealing with a complex break up with someone else, my own past junk started getting in the way. Ultimately I got very clingy, and basically acted like a pathetic loser.

I cried about how I had no/few friends, and how depressed I was...blah blah blah...

And 4 months later am totally embarassed about the way I acted. In the end I told her I was deleting her number. She apologized for yelling at me...and what not.

There's been no contact since then. That was June 8th.

I'm over, I think, wanting to be with her. But I'm soooooo embarassed about the way I acted. I said/admitted so many things to her that are really really embarassing, and I'm not sure how to let go of that or get over it.

A few people have told me the only way is to actually contact her and let her know my perspective on things now.

However, she was the one who pulled away from me, so I don't really know what to do.

I need to let go of this junk. This is what is holding me back, and keeping me stuck in this.

How do you let go of feeling so embarassed about the way you acted??

Any suggestions?

 
Old 10-04-2006, 04:32 PM   #2
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Lightbulb Re: Getting over my own mistakes?

This is almost too complex. Sometimes I truely don't understand guys at all. What exactly are you feeling? Embarrassed that you've told her some of your deepest feelings or hurt that you guys end up the way you did? If you're embarrassed by the way you've acted, the only thing is to get over it. We all do some very strange things when we're in love. If you're still feeling hurt then maybe talking to her is the only thing to make you move on. Sometimes I wish we were like computers and after ever relationship just press the delete button and everything would be better again.


 
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