I know it's been too long since we talked, but I just had a few things to say. Mainly, I want to apologize for the way things ended up. I know in hindsight it was largely my fault. When I realized things weren't working, I should have talked about it but I went back to my old ways of bottling it up and avoiding the issue. When we did finally talk, I approached it immaturely and irrationally. It's been weighing on me since, and I think about you every day.
You were the best and worst thing that's ever happened to me. You were the only person who had not only accepted me for who I am but also brought out the better in me. It was truly the happiest time of my life, and I want to thank you for giving it to me. I still don't think I've ever recovered from losing you and I don't know if I ever will -- letting you go was the worst decision of my life. I want nothing more than to talk to you again, even if it's just to talk things out. I understand if you don't feel the same. Either way, I want you to know that every time I told you I loved you I meant it with all my heart and I will care for you and wish you the best until my last breath.
Bob (name has been protected)
I have few qualms about posting this, as it was harshly discarded in the library. Let's hear your thoughts on Bob's admission/apology and the practice of taking private documents after they have become public.