“Sorry,” tell him. “Sorry I’ve grown.”
He’ll say he appreciates the apology, but it doesn’t make up for anything.
“I just wasn’t thinking,” explain. “For a long while there I was in love with you. Then I had a bunch of life experiences and learned new insights and new possibilities for who I can be. I knew letting all that stuff happen would change me, but I never thought it would make me fall out of love with you.”
Your boyfriend will tell you should have considered it. You should have at least worried about how changing and growing as a person might affect your ability to stay in love with him.
“You’re right,” tell him. “I was inconsiderate. Especially when my father died and I let my grief and my subsequent maturation into an adult with a deceased parent get the better of me. I wasn’t thinking about how those emotional developments would make me grow bored with what you and I shared.”
Your boyfriend will pace the room in front of you. He’ll look like he’s jumping out of his skin. He’ll ask how he can be sure you won’t do this again.
“Well I really don’t think you have to worry about it,” tell him. “I doubt I’m going to fall back in love with you or anything.”
“You better not!” your boyfriend will shout.
Make him say he’s sorry for raising his voice to you. If he says he isn’t sorry, tell him you’ll devote the rest of your life to making sure he’s sorry.
Happy Apologize For Falling Out Of Love With Your Boyfriend Day!