I've chosen to obsess over a phone conversation I had a week ago with a former intimate friend. We had seen each other over a period of a few months. I had wanted to clarify my position, that it was a thing of the past and I said that I loved him, but I meant in the higher sense of the word, not romantic. This conversation was in Spanish, so I said that I loved him as I do all the loved ones in my life. I was clearing my past and making ammends. This person happens also to be a student in my class. Was this inappropriate? I had this conversation a week ago. He didn't show up to class last week. I didn't make a big deal about it, but now I'm obsessing that I said something wrong. I hate this feeling because I lose sleep and it gets in the way of my life, of being productive for me, so here I am at five in the morning, obsessing about this. Please help with your feedback. I don't want to call this person and clarify myself, but should I? Or is that falling into a pattern of worrying too much about what another person thinks and does it matter what I say? Am I trying to control outcomes?? What action or non-action should I take?
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