Amy Monologue

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Hey, I’m not sure how much you know about me, but I’m Chas, Amy’s ex-boyfriend. I realize that this message may come as a surprise to you, but it is very important. I’ve realized that I made a huge mistake with Amy and that I am extremely stupid. I was wrong in the past and treated her so unfairly, and that is why I’m now trying to make things right. That’s why I’m sending you this message. I am trying to fix things. I told Amy that I still have strong feelings for her and that I would do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to get one more chance to make her happy. And she rightfully gave me something to do. She told me that if I am able to convince a list of people whom she is close with that I am genuine in my endeavors and will truly …show more content…
It would be cruel of me to even consider making her go through this emotional rollercoaster again if I did not truly mean the things I say and did not truly think I could make her happy. She deserves to be happy and the fact that I took her happiness away for even a little amount of time makes me feel like the absolute worst person ever. I have no idea what she’s told you about me during our relationship or after, but I can confirm that I was a mean, pessimistic, neglectful and awful person. I know that I have the willpower to truly give Amy what she deserves and that is a kind, caring, and compassionate guy. I care enough about her to fulfill her request to reach out to all the people she considers close to her (to give you perspective, that includes 14 people, including her parents). I will reach out to all of those people even if one of them isn’t convinced, I care about her that much. I realize that it can be hard to believe me when I say that I will change to be the man she deserves. Especially since I have no reason other than that I know that I can. Amy and I have so many happy memories together and I do not want to see an end to those

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