Your Asian Girl Did Something Wrong, Now What?

Scenario: You and your Asian girl fought about something major, and it’s her fault. What do you do next? Do you forgive her or do you just let the relationship go? The dilemma is real!  Nobody’s perfect – this has always been an excuse that people made when they did you wrong or when they did the relationship wrong. It’s true that nobody is perfect, but it’s also true that feelings of hurt should be acknowledged and dealt with for the relationship to move forward. Some relationships are better off unsaved, but there are those that deserve a second chance.

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Signs You Need to Give Your Asian Girl a Second Chance

First off, you need to see if the relationship is toxic or not. See our post here about how you can identify toxic people. If your Asian girlfriend is nothing like the people described in the post, that’s a good sign. Let’s move to signs that tell you she needs a second chance:

She’s apologetic in words and actions.

It’s one thing just to say you’re sorry; it’s another to say it and show it. It’s not easy to admit that you’re wrong and make up for the wrong that you did. It takes a big person to do both, you know. If you feel that your Asian girl is genuine in doing both, it’s a sign that you need to give her a second chance.

You’re willing to build trust through a professional.

A major offence in a relationship is hard to get over without some outside professional help. A Counsellor for couples should do it because you’ll need someone who has an objective, birds-eye view of your relationship, to give you suggestions. If you’re willing to do that, there’s hope for the relationship.

You’re not ready to let go of the relationship.

If you’re having second thoughts about letting the relationship go, then you’re not willing to let it go. It’s as simple as that. If you still have the desire to be with your Asian girl despite the major offence she’s made, it’s a sign that you’re also willing to forgive.

Despite these signs, you shouldn’t forget to go through the process. If you’re angry, don’t stop yourself from being angry. Go through the process so that you can deal with your emotions at your pace. Once you’re ready, observe for the signs mentioned above. The decision still rests upon you, but you don’t want to let a good thing go to waste. For more relationship advice, see more of our blog posts.