Our expert says:
Well, anonia, the strat of your message seems to represent some wise decisions on your part.
Regarding the discussion group leader, I suspect that he doesn't feel particularly hurt by what happened ( I'm assuming he wasn't the father of your child ) --- and apologising to him after all this time might remind him of some temporary hurt, rather than necessarily helping. In the second example, it's good that the guy realized he had been possibly hurtful, and came PROMPTLY to apologise to you, and that you accepted his apology.
Keep working on the resolutions you defined at the start of your message, and you will indeed be becoming a better person.
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