Do Libra's ever forgive?

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2/11/2013 10:16:46 AM | More
daisey1507

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2/11/2013 11:44:26 AM | More
libra sun

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I forgive but never forget . However in your case your behaviour was beyond your control so you cant really be blamed for it. If you have hurt/upset him give him time and I'm sure he'll get over it. Also hearing that the issue was you and not him should help so he isnt thinking what it is that he did to make things turn out like this.
2/11/2013 11:57:24 AM | More
tiziani



The man with the golden fence

Posted by libra sun
I forgive but never forget . However in your case your behaviour was beyond your control so you cant really be blamed for it. If you have hurt/upset him give him time and I'm sure he'll get over it. Also hearing that the issue was you and not him should help so he isnt thinking what it is that he did to make things turn out like this.


Really? Normally if I hear someone is as distressed as that, I would be thinking how it would reflect on me moving forward. Can I be in her life to help her? If not, then would it be better to remain apart?


Libras can be vindictive in many ways, but not in the way you're talking about. In this case they often come around to talking and finding out how you are.

Instead of loading the stakes though and making this an issue about whether or not you can win him back, why not focus on whether he can accept you for you are right now? A little friendship never hurts. You sound like you'll be adjusting to a lot on your plate right now. You need to be around people that like you for you, not just someone who loves you for how you could make them feel. Libras always understand friendship is a portal to bigger and stronger things in the future, so try not to pressure him by making this all or nothing.

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daisey1507

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2/11/2013 12:06:05 PM | More
tiziani



The man with the golden fence

Sorry when I was speaking about "not in the way you're talking about" I was referring to the original post.


But indeed, just give him time. You can be sure that with the new info you've provided him, he will want to talk and say something in his own time. When that happens, you have an opening to building bridges again.
2/11/2013 12:12:54 PM | More
daisey1507

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2/11/2013 12:17:54 PM | More
tiziani



The man with the golden fence

Wow, so you've given him a lot of mixed signals there (I'm not accusing you, it's just something that happens from time to time).

What can I say? If I were the Libra guy in question I'd want to hear that she wants me to be there for her as a friend when she's going to see the doctor. Once you spend time together again in person, then you can make it clear after the doctor's that his showing up means more to you than simply friendship.

This appeals both to: 1. My good sense of character (which you say he has) 2. Keeps it simple and clear so he isn't second guessing himself or the situation
2/11/2013 12:59:54 PM | More
libra sun

27 years old female from england  

If someone has hurt me then until I'm over it (which doesnt take me long) I couldnt care less about their situation. My Libra is the same. he has to take some time to regroup then he will obsess over what he could have done to prevent what happened and then after that he is willing to be there. Hiw long this process takes depends on how many ridiculous scenarios he has to play through in his head lol.

2/11/2013 1:50:15 PM | More
daisey1507

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2/11/2013 3:05:31 PM | More
size zero superhero

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ヽ( ゚ヮ・)ノ *******************

A friend of mine also has PMDD(in addition to bipolar disorder). Needless to say, the condition has direct effects on her relationship, among other aspects of life. Although her boyfriend is well aware of the ramifications, the backlash is difficult to witness. She knows how hard it can be on yet cannot keep the PMDD-driven outbursts entirely under control.

Given the nature of this condition, to the best of my understanding, PMDD negatively impacts the sufferer's social life and interpersonal relationships--inevitably.
Certainly you are not at fault for the illness. However others' response isn't always sympathetic, if you have a habit of taking PMDD-related frustrations out on them, no matter the cause it is prone to create a rift. They feel as if they've done something terribly wrong, or assume you dislike their presence. Explaining the situation helps especially to those you're close with, however people can only be expected to take so much.

At any rate, I wish you the best and hope the doctor offers effective solutions to the problem.
2/11/2013 7:45:36 PM | More
rockyroadicecream



PMDD = birth control time. Helps a ton. Don't let them put you on that antidepressant bs either. Doesn't work.
2/12/2013 3:45:36 AM | More
daisey1507

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