I'm sorry for always making mistakes, for not being strong enough. I want to be free and be who I want to be but that will mean I will lose who I have become and will no longer be respected by those around me. Some day I will be who I want to be and be respected.
Sharon, I'm sorry for the way I've treated you my whole life. My mom left before I turned 3 and you stepped in to take her place. I call you by your name and call you my step mom but in all reality you are my real mother. I've always resisted and picked arguments with you and every time you've tried to discipline me I claimed you hated me. I'm sorry for everything and I want to thank you for treating me the same way you treat your own kids
When we met, I needed someone to be there for me. I was going through so many unimaginable things, and you were there. You became everything to me. You were my first time, my first love, my first engagement. And I thought I was ready. I'm sorry I wasn't ready. I'm sorry I was young and didn't realize what my life could've been. I'm sorry I was too immature to appreciate a love as sweet and pure as yours. I'm sorry I strayed, and pushed you passed your breaking point. You took so much crap from me that you didn't deserve. You deserved better. I'm sorry it's taken three years and an anonymous letter for me to admit that you were rightfully pissed at me, that you have every right to still hate me. Finally, I'm sorry for being in my life where you saw us being together. Sometimes life just happens that way, but we're both happy in our respective lives. What more could we ask for?