This description is going to be very little detailed to try and fit the bad things and some good things.
1. She thought I cheated but I didn't. I said I couldnt eat or sleep and maybe I should hurt myself I said sorry right after and she said she loved me still.june 13-20 Broke up June 20 . 2 Weeks later made fake fb account she new was me and added both back . She saw I went to a bar blocked both again I removed the fake one. She dropped stuff off I wasn't home. We become friends for a week after. I tried to get her back with a big text she said don't text me. It happened twice. We snap chatted nice.Her birthday came July 25 we both texted nicely . Next day we got mad I said maybe I'll block her she did block my phone and fb. Cont. reading the added info for more detailBasically for every bad event there was a nice one after until she blocked my phone. A week after with a friends phone I sent a farewell but didn't say everything that I wanted to. Aug.20 I dropped off a gift I gave her earlier that she returned to me on her street infront of her house but not on her property. Nov.10 she might have blocked my meetme or erased hers. I know this because I tried the app out saw her on it for suggested friend and clicked on her profile. After that I tried to back to see if it was really her and it was gone.
It depends on what you say in the letter. Given how long has gone by and she has not shown interest in getting back together with you perhaps it is time to let this go and move on.
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Nothing you describe rises to the level of an offense which would require action by the court.
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