Not exactly what I had in mind for $43
I apologize. That is good advice. I'm upset because I let a bad part of me show in a delicate time in our relationship. She was out to visit, so that we could get to know eachother better. The first day was great, but then we started drinking and I allowed myself to get cloudy minded. I get needy when I'm drunk, like some people get funny, or angry. So, I don't really drink! I feel like I made a mistake, and sending an email after the breakup shows neediness. Really all I can do is sit back? I need more insight. What is the thought process here? For me, for her... We are adults, I just made silly mistake and she is taking it for exactly who I am. I may have shown signs of jealousy and envy which probably raised red flags from past relationships. How, what can I say to her, when I have the chance to say it. I feel a bit insecure right now, clearly. Thanks
This is the email I sent:
A relationship with you is worth trying to save. I know about healthy boundaries in relationships, and know that I've overstepped those boundaries. If you thought that it was worth working towards something together once, maybe you could understand that I made a mistake in my behavior this past weekend. I don't have anything to say except I'm sorry. I did act needy and possessive and was certainly not being myself. Which is stupid of me, because the reason that I like you and enjoy spending time with you is because you like me for me and I can be myself around you. People make stupid mistakes at important moments in their lives... (you are important to me) maybe we can continue getting to know each other slowly and you can see that of me. If you feel as though you've thought things through, then I respect your decision.
What do you think? Dumb?