OMG! I just sent out an email to someone I wrote when I was mad...MISTAKE!

@Pleiades (847)
United States
March 20, 2009 11:25pm CST
My boyfriend that I've known for 6 years broke up with me not too long ago. Well, one could expect that some feelings of hurt and betrayal were there so I did what I do best: wrote a letter. Actually, it was a response to something he wrote me but man, I was not the woman he knew. The words I wrote were filled with almost...hate? I had that email in my "draft" folder and when I went to go get the one I wanted to send, my baby knocked into my hand and WHOOPS! off went that nasty email! I wrote him and practially begged him not to open that one, but if he did he'll see a side of me he's never known before. Oh well, best he know these things now. *Pleiades
2 responses
• United States
21 Mar 09
Well, I think that it is not as bad as you think it is. I mean for one if you are going to be a couple would you not want him to know you and you to know him inside and out so there are not big weird surprises later? And, also you could just tell him that you wrote it because you where hurt because you do care so much and you did not know what you where saying you was just crying out in pain and anger. But, if he loves you he will understand. Just think what did he say and do when that time happened? Ask him if he was hurt or what! Talk it out and be open minded! Good Luck! **Peace and Love get's you through everything in Life**
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@Pleiades (847)
• United States
21 Mar 09
*LOL* We're not together anymore...but there wasn't anything BAD in that letter, just several words and meanings and tones that he's never seen from me before. *Pleiades
@modstar (9616)
• Philippines
2 Apr 09
Lol! The more you beg, the more it will make him curious enough to open and read the mail. Hey that's just normal, don't worry. That's the usual break up aftermath. When me and my former girlfriend broke up after she got pregnant for cheating, i sent her an email which contains all the degradings words i can think off. It was me at my maddest state. I guess that's how love can easily turn to hate. We're ok now.