I'm so sorry - please give me another chance
Posted 13 June 2012 - 03:10 PM
Sometimes there are simply no words that can adequately express the depth of a person's feelings that are plagued by regret, guilt and sadness for a wrong done. I know it can't undo what has been done and it won't ease the pain in your heart. Instead, let me write this to let you know that I regretted my actions, and cheating on you is certainly an unforgivable mistake. I totally deserve any the anger and resentment from you for what I have put you through.
I was tempted by text-based programming, and I was weak. Not because the love between us was weak, but because I was coerced by another - let's just call her "the customer". I knew at the time that it was wrong, but she was so purseuasive. She bought me gifts, she told me I was handsome, she laughed at my lame software engineering puns, she made me feel special. I know now that these were all underhanded tricks so that she could have her way with me. She didn't care about me, ahd only cared about herself, and how I could help her.
It pains me to see you suffering as a result of my misbehavior. Guilt burns in my heart thinking of all the hurt that you must have felt because of my recklessness. Each time that I think of you, I get angry with myself, my blindness and foolishness, and my indiscretion.
I know there is still a strong love for you glowing in my heart. I truly want us to be happy again with me still being a part of your life.
I know I don't have the right to ask anything from you when I have foolishly betrayed your trust in me, but I hope you can find it in your heart to forgive me and give me another opportunity to prove to you how much I love you. Give me another chance and I have faith that, one day, we will look back at this and laugh, albeit uncomfortably.
Loving you always,
Posted 13 June 2012 - 05:25 PM
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Posted 13 June 2012 - 06:07 PM
Details man... we need DETAILS!
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Posted 14 June 2012 - 01:23 PM
I'm glad I could hover over that and get the file name, I would not have guessed that was supposed to be a girl.
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