So over two years ago I was very close friends with a girl, and the friendship ended badly. We have ONE mutual friend who sort of keeps me connected to this other girl by occasionally mentioning how she's doing. (We got in a fight, and it was all my fault, but even after I said sorry, she didn't feel we should still be friends).
Anyways, my family is about to move out of state and leave this life behind- probably forever. So I feel like I need to bring closure to a few things, including making an attempt at ending this old relationship on a semi-good note. I wanted to say "Ppl walk in and out of your life, and sometimes they slam the door on their way out, but I'm glad you showed up to begin with". Something like that. Should I let sleeping dogs lie and just let go? Or would closure somehow help the both of us? I'm not looking for a response, or to renew the friendship... just to have my say and know I tried.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:20 AM on Jan. 25, 2010 in Relationships
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