It’s pretty common for relationships to go great – oh well, who are we kidding?
The fact that us humans date enough people before finally settling into a marriage proves that the majority of our relationships don’t end well. And that’s not all. Relationships can often get to points where they literally put routines on hold.
When gone wrong, a relationship can do more damage than throwing yourself off stairs. Especially when you get extra-depressed and throw yourself off some stairs, twice.
When things go wrong, it becomes important to end the relationship. And managing to do that without going through the mess and disaster, is nearly impossible.
However, it still can be helped; at least to some point, here’s how to get over a breakup with courage and maturity –
Make It Gradual
Try to make your break up more expected than surprising. Make sure your partner knows what’s wrong, and that the relationship’s coming to a point where you’ll need to break up. Keep your partner aware of this, and don’t throw a break up at them as a surprise.
Don’t Turn Back
Once you’ve broken up, don’t change your mind.
You’ll probably miss your partner and want to get back to them. But trust us; that’s never worth anything. Make sure you’re prepared to make a firm decision that you won’t change.
Say What You Have To
Communicate. Explain. Make sure your partner gets to know what they deserve to.
Explaining the issue is likelier to end up in an easier break up than not.
Don’t Make It Hard For Anyone
Make sure that breaking up doesn’t go hard on either of you.
Break ups come with a lot of stress, and it’s important to not let that get to either of you. Keep The break up as easy as it can be for each partner.
Don’t Be Aggressive
Don’t be aggressive when you’re trying to break up. Stay calm, even if your partner freaks out.
Their reaction will usually be understandable. Try to let the whole thing slide with explanations and mutual understanding.