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By Anonymous - / Friday 1 January 2016 10:33 / United States - Antioch
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If the cat meant a lot to her you should probably be sympathetic, it's hard losing a pet. But at the same time she also shouldn't have overreacted and broken up with you over not sobbing over a deceased animal that was never relevant to your relationship to begin with.

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If the cat meant a lot to her you should probably be sympathetic, it's hard losing a pet. But at the same time she also shouldn't have overreacted and broken up with you over not sobbing over a deceased animal that was never relevant to your relationship to begin with.

You could try apologising and explaining that you really do feel for her in her pain. That's if you weren't all dismissive of it in the first place. Good luck with mending fences in that case. Or, you can breathe a sigh of relief that you got out of that one lightly. It really seems like an overreaction to break up with you over that. Unless you're both very young, in which case it's perfectly natural.

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I don't know how young you must think they might be, because I know for a fact that I, being a 14 year old myself, would never react like that. I feel that she simply didn't want to be in the relationship with him anymore and that he is better off without her. Regardless, I don't know them personally so I can't really know the situation nonetheless.

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