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How to leave or break a relationship tips and advice

By Edited Jun 11, 2015 0 0

Breaking up or ending a relationship is one of the hardest things to do. There are a lot of emotions involved. Emotions like fear, guilt, anxiety, regret, etc… It is more painful if you will be at the receiving end of the break-up, in other words, you're the one being dumped. Some will claim that relationships come and go, that the end of relationship is natural like the day and night. For these people, it is obvious that they are not in love or has truly been in love.

Moving on, a healthy or almost perfect relationship can be unhealthy even a troubled relationship. There might be a lot of factors involved that can affect the partnership. If the relationship is not as happy and lively as it used to be, or simply being in it causes you or your partner discomfort and stressed, then it is time to break-up. The spark is gone and now it is time to move on. But always remember to prepare for the worst. Remember that you have loved the other person and it is not as easy to forget and forgive. You have to be totally sure that you will go in with the break-up. Hopefully, this article would be able to assist on how to break a relationship.

First is to pick a good setting with a peaceful ambiance. This might help ease the pain or tension between the two of you. Discuss key things on how it reached to this break-up point. Do not elaborate on each reason as this may lead to argument and pointing fingers. Stay calm and be mindful of the timing. Timing is crucial. Don't raise your voice and cause a scene. If either of you reached the boiling point and begin to yell, then just leave your partner. There is no point in continuing if the mind is clouded with feelings and not clear.

When everything has been said and done, and both of you agreed to go on your separate ways, it is important not cut all communications and don't remain friends, not for the meantime anyway. Contacting each other may lead to arguments and discussion of past events. The two of you ended the relationship to move forward and not dwell in the past. Give yourselves at least six to eight months.

As mentioned, to end a relationship is difficult and painful. That is why you have to be prepared for it. It would have major implications but for sure if the relationship is ended smoothly, you can move on with not much pain.



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