Our expert says:
I would always recommend that after an incident such as you dscribe which does indeed indicate some problems within a relartionship, that the couple try couples counselling to see what can be sorted out, rather than promptly giving up and splitting up. And to rush into a breakup decision with a definite or implied " no further contact ever" rule would be flatly foolish. I've re-read the Constitution, and there are no such rules within it.
Technically, your neither a couple nor not a couple there really are no hard and fast rules about such things. So why not start by sending her an apology eloqiently expressed, by e-mail, and suggest that you'd welcome further discussion about putting things right, and you'd be pleased to see a couples counsellor with her, to help rid the relationship of any similar difficulties or errors on your part.
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