How do I get a man back who completely says he is done due to a verbal altercation?
I really like him and we enjoyed good times together. I'm at a point were I don't know what else to do because I exhausted all options to talk to this man. Email, call, and text. I wrote him a email explaining I don't hate or dislike him but if its meant for us to be together we will be.
dont come on too strong; it all depends on the seriousness of the argument. you also have to base it on the time loss. how long have you been together? was it serious? if youu're wrong tell him your wrong and take steps toward resolving the issue.. whatevr you do dont stray from the PROBLEM because if you do then nothing was resolved and the argument will come up again. afterall; there WAS a reason an argument aroused. get his thoughts on how he feels and go from there. but dont be too needy; guys hate that. holler at me if you need anything! let me know what happens! good luck.
Well I wanted him to come over to hang out and chilled. He texted back and said "Im good, I don't need that, sorry." I felt like I was rejected who like rejection. I just cursed him out. After the fact I wished I never said those thing but things happen for a reason. After the argument he will not talk to me at all. He told a friend I hurted his feeling real bad. I tried reaching out to him (all sources and outlets) but at this point Im done trying to talk to someone who is not responsing to me. Maybe we just need time apart to see what we had. OAN: I knew him since November but didn't start dealing with each other until Jan of this year and we stop talking the first week of Feb. What do u think?
you have to tall him you love him if that doesn't get him back then you weren't meant to be.
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