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rachelc posted 7/19/2013 14:52 PM

my BS's Dday is coming up on Sunday. He claims he doesn't keep track of dates but I would like to say something to him about how sorry I am. I don't know if I should bring it up or not as he is so different than me...
I want to tell him how sorry I am, how I broke his dream and I have so many regrets about that. and how hard i've been working on myself.
I don't want to trigger him though if he truly doesn't remember and just wants that day to slide by....

TXwifemom posted 7/19/2013 14:57 PM

He remembers. Guarantee it. Ignoring it would just piss him off. You need to do something selfless for him, and you need to be the one to think of it.

Hope this helps. Sometimes BS minimize, too.

BaxtersBFF posted 7/19/2013 23:12 PM

I've been thinking on this one for a bit...and I think that I would talk to him, if I were you. Time and again we see examples of the BS not wanting to talk about it, but it seems to come back to bite them in the ass eventually.

Daisy312 posted 7/20/2013 09:44 AM

BS here, hope you don't mind my input. Everyone s different, but I would really appreciate my FWH bringing it up and apologizing. I still think about the A every day and I'm to the point I've stopped bringing it up because it's always me who does. I would like to hear him say sorry without me mentioning it an to know he s still hurting too.

Flatlined123 posted 7/20/2013 17:07 PM

BS here. I totally agree with the idea of saying something to him. We may not bring it up, but we remember.

As I told my H when he said I remember all the details and he doesn't. "If you're hurt badly enough, you never forget how it happened."

He may not even know it, but it's probably something he NEEDS to hear from you. We always appreciate it.

Brokenheart777 posted 7/21/2013 00:46 AM

He remembers. Guarantee it.

Absolutely. He remembers for sure. Good for you for having the state of mind to want to show remorse and care. How you go about it is up to you, but as a BBF dealing with an unintelligent WGF, I commend you on your effort and awareness.

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