>if I could apologize for 1,000,000/(inf) years I would
um excuse you bitch 1,000,000 is a constant and infinity is in the denominator. As you move toward infinity that fraction is going to shrink to 0.1, 0.0001, .0000001 etc meaning you would apologize for an infinitely small amount of time.
>>26284964 If that is a letter you received she seems really apologetic but trust me, cheaters are always cheaters. They're addicted to fucking and crave new dick. Respectfully tell her that you won't be able to move past it and that you have to move on.
>>26284964 Women are more in love with the act of falling in love than being in love. I read the letter and honestly there wasn't that much shit on her plate that she needed to fuck another guy to make it seem like a fantasy or an escape or whatever. Break up and save yourself the paranoia of her being a whore cunt again.
>>26285114 >its genuine sounding you mean the parts in which she blamed her actions on her undead grandma and her friend that stopped hanging out with her months ago? dont forget about the "im damaged goods, emotionally wrecked" part! pity points!
>>26286140 It's not about long words, it's about using fedora vernacular. Plus, even if I were doing what you say, it's in some cases the other way around. People who use long words to obfuscate their posts and try and look smart are being faggots.
>>26284964 This is seriously the least fucking sincere thing I've ever read. She's not sorry, she's trying to get you to stop being mad at her.
Hence the whole >there's no excuse >except for shit marks and my dead grandma and being in college and my friend I lost and my other friends that are far away
And then there's the pity points shit >I'm damaged goods >I tried to kill myself a few days ago >I'm seeing a psychiatrist soon
Fucking hell, this is just classic manipulation, and pretty much everyone just said "Oh she seems really genuine".
And sure, I'd forgive her, but that's because if someone cheated on me, they aren't worth my time, and it's not worth stressing about someone that evidently isn't right for me. Wouldn't matter the fucking reason, or how upset they were, because it's just showing they're disloyal, or they're disloyal and have fucking terrible control over their emotions and impulses.
Legitimate mental illness as in they were extremely manic might change it, but the odds of that happening are next to none, and you'd be an idiot for dating an unmedicated bipolar person anyway.
I used to. I loved her so much and could have forgiven just that. She left me outright, though. Moved away with another guy. >tfw new Fire Emblem comes out in two weeks >tfw going to be thinking about her the whole time I play because she loved the series too
>>26289077 How long ago was it brah? I was the same with my ex (who did similar, though I wouldn't have forgiven it) for a few months, don't stress about it if it's not been more than at least half the amount of time you were together.
>>26289259 We've known each other a very long time but she left about three years ago. It's tough to pinpoint when we started dating because we were really close and there was obvious tension there for a while. I guess it probably started at 14 when we were sitting on the breakwall in the park and she kissed me. That would make it about 8 years we were together before she left.
>>26284964 Whoever wrote that letter is an emotional manipulator. I've dealt with my cousin before. She's like that, tries to make shitty woe-is-me emotional appeals to get away with heinous shit. Don't do it, OP. Tell her to fuck off.
>>26289305 It makes perfect sense that you wouldn't be entirely over her then, it's not easy for people to adapt to something that's been in their lives for a fucking long time entirely disappearing. Especially when it's throughout formative periods and is so closely linked to emotions.
Just keep on keeping on, and try to get some habits or hobbies that don't involve her if you at all can. Hobbies that you developed since you knew her I mean.
>>26289398 It's really been tough to find interest in much of anything since she left. Dropped a lot of things I used to like doing. Only "new" hobby is watching tv. I never used to watch a lot but I keep up with a decent number of shows now.
>>26284964 >all these people not recognising the letter
I could probably forgive, but I doubt I'd be able to forget so I wouldn't stay with them. I'm insecure enough as it is, I wouldn't want the added insecurity of wondering whether or not my partner is out fucking someone else whenever they leave the house. I'd go fucking insane and I'm sure they'd resent me for never trusting them again even if I have no reason to.
>>26289379 >Whoever wrote that letter is an emotional manipulator. This. I don't have the proper vocabulary in English, but the author's using half a dozen techniques to bargain with and manipulate the recipient.
>>26284964 My girlfriend cheated on me and I don't forgive her, but I'm still with her. I feel like the two are mutually exclusive, I'd be able to forgive her if I wasn't still with her. She's just irritating me at this point - every sentence she says either bores me or annoys me. It's such a drag talking to her, I wish she would just shut up. And she constantly needs attention, it's exam period and I need to study but she constantly nags me about watching movies with her and then gets all pissy when I say no.
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