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Sindy's Blog :: February 5, 2008

February 5, 2008

Thanks for writing in with your comments and awesome advice! You guys helped me out a lot these past couple of weeks...

I took your advice and gave Finn some space until he was ready to talk. He ended up calling a couple of days later, saying he had just needed time to cool off cuz he didn't want to talk while he was mad at me in case he accidentally blurted out something he didn't mean. More than anything else, he was upset that I had called him a cheater cuz he said he would never cheat on me or anyone else. I explained why I had overreacted and apologized again for accusing him of cheating.

So we made up and we're over it now. But, things aren't back to being perfect cuz I realized I'm more insecure than I thought I was. I really have to work on my trust issues cuz I like Finn a lot and don't want anything like this to happen again! I definitely learned my lesson - don't accuse someone of something before you know the facts - but it takes time to change your ways. It's not gonna happen overnight.

Do you guys ever feel as insecure in your relationships as I did a couple of weeks ago? How do you deal with your insecurities? Drop me a line and !

Peace Out,
Sindy

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