It has been a week since my boyfriend and I spoke. Should I write this note or just wait and pray?

Note:
"I was thinking of sending my (ex) boyfriend this note, should I or not?
I want to apologize for the way I might have come across on Monday and I want to clarify so you don’t misunderstand. I don’t intend on disappearing but I want to give you the space to figure out your priorities and what you need to do to find balance. I want to be a part of your life and I want to maintain open communication.
I also want to apologize for pressuring you. Although on Sunday I did not agree with many of the things you said about our relationship I do see that I have pressured you in other ways. I am so sorry.
I am also under a tremendous amount of pressure due to what is going on with my son. I haven’t told you the whole story. It seems like we have both held back.
I am hoping this is a tipping point in our relationship towards a more intimate relationship. I also understand that that might not be the case.
I miss flying through the stars together.

I posted the scenario before:
"My boyfriend has always treated me with love and respect. He told me he would call me the next day and we would set up a weekend to meet. (He lives in another state). 3 days later I called him and I cried for a few seconds when he acted like nothing was wrong. I told him I missed him and longed for him. He became annoyed and said he didn’t long for me. He said I put pressure on him to marry him and he is not sure he wants that to happen. The truth is that he has been the one discussing marriage. I corrected his misstatements and he did not challenge them.
He was so upset and threw everything into the anger pot he holds dear including me and his spirituality. I was upset that instead of talking to me about his recent major problems he made me one of them.
The next day he called and vaguely apologized. I told him that I was very hurt and he didn’t say anything to comfort or assure me. I said that if he wants me in his life he will have to fight for me and that the ball is in his court.
I thought that if he loved me he would make some kind of effort to show it. I also wanted to give him some time to chill."

By August 9 years ago :: Dating
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