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Old 10th November 2017, 1:51 AM   #16
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DO NOT respond to that. What would be the point? To thank her for half telling the truth to you??
She's just sending that out because most people don't want to think someone hates or dislikes them. They want to know they are OK with that person they wronged.
Don't give her that satisfaction.
I had an ex once do that NINE MONTHS after cheating on me. I made the mistake of reponding- I think I just wrote something along the lines like I don't hate you and thank you for the apology. Know what happened next?
She all the sudden starts contacting me daily about everything. How she misses me. How being without me made her realize how "special" I was.
And if I'm honest at first I was eating it up. Felt awesome hearing that.
Till I found out that her"perfect man" dumped her.
She's not sending you that message for you. Its more so for her.
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