“I recently attended a dinner at my father’s house, where he’s now investing in a company she works for, and I tried to apologize to her for my behavior, and she actually cried and accused me of making her high school life miserable and left without giving me a chance to properly explain,” he said.
“I think about her all the time-even before running into her again and really want to try apologizing but need advice on what to say or if I should just leave her alone.”
Do you think he should try to make amends, or should he not?
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