My First Love.He came back, 4 months later. I got a text one day from him saying the following:
"I just wanted to tell that I hope you are well, that I miss you and that I'm sorry for hurting you. I know you probably still hate me. If you don't want anything to do with me, you don't need to reply. It would probably be best. I hope we can be on good terms again in future. I wish you all the best in what lies ahead of you."
I didn't want anything to do with him at the time so I didn't reply to the message. Two days later I got a phone call from him. I did not answer. He called again twice after that and left a voicemail message, saying that he had something to tell me and that I should give him a missed call if I want to know about it. I was intrigued so I did, and he called me back. He asked me if I was returning to college this year and I said yes. He then mentioned the thing he wanted to tell me about, and I assumed he was leaving the college because of his question. He said no, and said, "I have something to tell you, but I don't know how you're going to react..." I thought he was going to tell me about a new girlfriend. I wasn't interested, but let him talk anyway. I was wrong. He said (very nervously) that he was sorry for hurting me and still feels the same way about me as "the first time"; that he made mistakes and would like me to take him back and "have me back in his life", and that he still loves me. I cheated - I did not give him an answer. I wanted this to be a face-to-face matter, but I also did not want to confess so soon that I still love him too.
He called again today and asked me whether I had thought about his confession. I didn't give him the answer. I am honestly very confused about the entire situation - I thought he hated me. And I don't know if I can trust him again after what he did. But then again, people do change. I guess I just want to see for myself how much he has changed, if at all.
lntel 18-21 2 Responses 1 Jan 28, 2012