I disagree. A person my want to resolve a past issue to find the freedom of forgiveness. Making amends to another person you may
have hurt is good for the soul. It can bring relief from guilty feelings and shame. It doesn't mean that person wants to be in your life
again it just means they are seeking forgiveness and closure.
First, forgiveness and closure are choices made by one person and require no involvement from anyone else. There is no point of making amends with someone unless it is for the benefit of some future chance. Here's is a website on making amends, it agrees with what I said. You and norweignaguy456 are flat wrong:
When you're responsible for hurting someone, it's not always easy to make amends. Putting yourself out on a limb to apologize is daunting, but it'll be worth it when your relationship is restored. https://www.wikihow.com/Make-Amends
This woman may have simply wanted that. I am sorry but I don't think
she wants you too.
Yet she continues to talk to and open up to me. Let me guess she is being nice?
I think it is time for you to move on or stay single for awhile and work on yourself. The rejection of a woman you had only knownYou think? Right the same person who was wrong about the very basics like making amends, forgiveness and closure is somehow offering advice on a more complicated subject. Yeah I'll pass. So dramatic? Sure, be completely unsympathetic to the issue I've shared.
for a few months shouldn't be so dramatic.
Rejection is part of dating. Learn how to accept it gracefully and like a grown man.
You made mistakes with this lady, do not dwell on them, learn from them.
Learn to read the thread. Rejection as a part of dating is not what I described. I made mistakes? Sure, I admitted that. Yet you act like I'm wholly responsible. There is nothing to learn when people interfered in a relationship. I hope you never have to learn that first hand.