4 Oct, 2012
How to End a Relationship
When confident and sure you want to end your relationship set in your mind the ways you want to handle or break the news to whom you have been committed to. Always weigh the reasons for wanting to walk away. Remind yourself to be respectful to the one you once loved. Stay focused, stay in control and hold strong.
First, set aside time with your soon to be ex to discuss how you’re feeling and why. Once you have done this make sure you do it in a private room or location. Out of respect it is not a good thing to do around others. They may feel threatened or personally attacked. Do not do break up though email, text message or through a friend or family member or any other source. Be an adult about the situation.
Secondly, once you have figured out how to go about breaking up. Set him or her down. In your own words and in private, explain to them as to why you are ending your relationship. Be firm and choose your words wisely. For all couples situation, as to why are different. Get to the point and assure them that it isn’t working for yourself any longer and that you’re ending your relationship. You’ve made your decision and you’re not going to change your mind. Do not criticize on the situation or get rational. Keep your cool and stay calm.
Thirdly, after breaking the news on your feelings know when to completely break away and separate all ties. If children are involved explain to them in simple form that you two are no longer together and everything will be okay. Also, in doing so make sure Anderson 2
to contact mutual friends and inform them of the breakup. If they have to choose sides, then so be it. At the same time you can also let them know you would respect them if they chose to remain neutral and you would not appear while your ex is around.
Breaking up is worth doing if you’re not happy in every aspect. Move on after ending your relationship. Try and make your breakup valuable...
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