Is it possible to recover from sending a letter to an old flame and being rejected.
Not only that getting a misconception that a mutual friend was working at a place that it was sent via, having no other contact. And not checking! And then finding it re-ignited a fire between her and whoever, who had betrayed trust and opened the dual-envelopes. Then taking great delight in pointing out he'd got her now in sending the reply with her as the third person.
You can recover from anything you want to. Just put it behind you and move on. what do you do when you make a mistake in normal life, dont you move on, A mistake made is in the past, the future is ahead of you. Look forward, You cannot move ahead with eyes fixed backward.
You will never be happy living with someone that doesnt love you, so treat it as life's way of favouring you and move on . All the best!
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