Hot Topic : I Really Messed Up Do You Think She Will Ever Forgive Me?
Another day another Hot Topic, this one comes from a male listener who has done "something" that he is seeking forgiveness for. Let's see if we can help him this afternoon? Here is what he had to say:
"Yo Supreme, so I’m going through some rough stuff... and I need some advice. (Sorry in advance for the long post)
My wife and I separated a year ago. Then I started dating this wonderful woman in August, long story short, I messed up (not cheating or anything like that) and she broke up with me. Here is the kicker, I have never felt like I do towards her, towards anyone else. I love her more than any woman I have ever loved.
She has agreed to start talking to me again but wants to stay single for a while and work on herself. She keeps saying she doesn’t know if she can get over everything and date me but she will have to think about it. She keeps telling me we both need to take this time to work on ourselves and just be single.
My question is, what should I do? I feel like I’m being strung along but I also don’t want to lose this woman. What do you suggest?
Also, she is limiting our communication to only texting at this time and will not meet me in person for the time being or talk on the phone."
My guy, you sound like you are doing way too much and no she isn't leading you on. From the sounds of the letter, you are still married. How do you expect anyone to take you seriously if you haven't taken the step to absolve your marriage?
This woman is single you are not, so how can she make any type of commitment to you? I'm not sure what you did to make her separate herself from you, but I'm pretty sure it has to do with the fact that you are married. The only person you are cheating on is your wife.
It sounds like you are using this woman as a rebound and she is protecting her feelings as well as yours. She is trying to be nice by telling you that you need to heal before you start a new situation.
The best thing you can do is finalize your divorce and work on healing yourself and move on from there. A lot of times people don't end their current situation before jumping into a new one.
Divorce is way bigger than a break up there are legal consequences as well as added mental stress. That is just my opinion but we can throw it out to the Capital Region and see what they think.
What should this man do in this situation? Call in this afternoon 518-336-5991 or send a message inside the Hot 991 App so we can discuss it on the Supreme Experience.
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