How to End a Relationship

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How to End a Relationship

How to End a Relationship
Sara Staake
Everest University Online

How to End a Relationship
Often times we find ourselves in a relationship that we don’t know how to let go. It sometimes is caused by emotions or attachments to the other person, and the fear of failure. However, no matter how hard it can be it is best to let go than to hold onto something that is already gone. The first step in deciding if you are going to end a relationship is to make sure that you are 100% sure that you want to end it. If you end a relationship on a bad note or when you are in the middle of an argument it could come back to haunt you as a mistake and you don’t want to have that feeling. Make sure to be in a calm and peaceful state of mind. If you are unable to have a conversation with your partner, avoid bringing up a breakup. Failure is one of the worse feelings a person deals with, and especially in relationships. It is a bad misconception to feel that one has failed at a relationship because of it ending, when really it is letting go to have better opportunities It is best put as the end of one chapter so we can move to the next, and it can seem that there are many chapters to the story, but they all lead to the great ending. I personally have been on this road a few times, and I have said that I failed seeing as how the relationship ended, however that feeling only lasted until I had let go. The best thing for both people in a relationship is to be honest with one another. If a person is staying in the relationship in hopes that one day it will lead to what they have been waiting for, we need to remember that not one person can change another person. This is a big mistake in some relationships, most times females stay in relationships that have ended but because they have the hopes their partner can change to who they want, they stay. No matter how hard it is on them. The fear of not knowing what will come next is a fear that I have dealt...
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