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.... I strongly suggest that when
breaking up, you invite her out for lunch or dinner at the very same place
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.... When telling her the awful truth,
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"We hate to admit it, but relationships
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she is trying to communicate. What she’s saying is that she’s afraid,
afraid of many things, but especially afraid of losing
"How to Break up With Your Girlfriend
Unhappy with your current relationship?
Here are some ideas for ending it on good terms.
1. However kind you may be, there
is no way around the fact that this is going to hurt the other person. All
you can do is try to minimize the pain.
2. Do not break up with the person
by phone, or e-mail; this is disrespectful. Have the decency to do it privately
and in person.
3. Try to avoid placing blame on
the other person for the break up. Be as minimalist as possible in your
explanation, especially if the reason for the break up is some fault you
find with your partner. Don't be afraid to tell a little white lie to spare
their feelings. It's much better to say something like "I need some space
to grow as a person" than to say "You really annoy me".
4. Afterwards, tell the person that
you hope to stay in touch and that you still care about them.
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How To Break Up With Your Girlfriend
By Ryan Randolph
So you started a relationship with a
cute, sweet girl who turned out to be an emotional wreck and possibly mentally
insane. No problem, the hardest part is breaking up...err, actually it might
be staying broke up, but first things first. Realize that any relationship
you are in should improve both people's lives, and in this case focus on
how your life currently is compared to how you would like it to be. If your
life is not going the way you want it to, then follow these seven steps to
break up with your girlfriend:
1. Take a break from each other
- Tell your girlfriend you're taking some time alone (and give her a definite
day when you will be done). Keep it to about a week or two at the most, since
at this point in the relationship things are probably rocky and you don't
want to draw out the pain too long. It is crucial that you not see her or
speak to her at all (or as little as possible). The reason you want to be
completely away from her is so that your mind and body can clear the emotions
which are clouding your reasoning and judgment. She will probably fight
with you about this saying that 'she really needs you right now', or try
to put some other guilt trip on you, but you must be firm and stand your
2. Make a decision - Once your
head is cleared and you've taken a step back from your situation, figure
out what is best for you. Decide who and what you believe and be brutally
honest with what kind of person your girlfriend really is. Does she lie?
Have you suspected her of cheating? Can you trust her? Are you counting on
her to change even though she has given you signs that she doesn't want to?
Do you see a future with this woman and even the possibility that she
could be the mother of your kids? Are you counting on the future to be
different than what it is now (even though it will most likely be more of
the same). Do you have ulterior motives for keeping this relationship alive
(such as satisfying your family or friends, you don't think you will be able
to find anyone else, etc)? Ask yourself, how would a real man act in this
situation? Don't stay in a relationship just because you have 'history',
it may be bad history and you want to end that as soon as
3. Make a plan - If you've decided
to end it, then you must figure out the implications when you break the news.
Does she have possession of anything of yours that is valuable such as expensive
electronics, memorabilia etc? Are the both of you in any joint contracts
or ownership agreements such as real estate loans, car payments, credit cards,
etc? Figure out a way that you can get out of any agreements and get your
stuff back safely in case she flips out and goes on a rampage (such
as having a mutual friend get your stuff while she is gone,
4. Tell her your decision -
Communicate to her in person exactly how you feel and what you've decided.
Remember, the decision is over so do not ask, beg, or plead but tell her
in a mature manner that is not spiteful, immature, or childish. Be prepared
for threats against you or herself. Do not cave under the pressure;
she will probably try to get you to reconsider any way possible. Expect tears.
If she is seriously suicidal (and not just trying to manipulate you), then
you should arrange for her friends to be nearby when you break the news and
possibly some medical help as well.
5. Hold your ground - Forever.
Do not doubt yourself or be swayed, the decision is final. Realize that people
can change, but the chances are very small and any changes she may
make in the future are most likely just surface changes not personal
6. Avoid her completely - Do not
email, speak, or see her until you are comfortable with the idea of her having
sex with someone else, then you can talk to her again (but with extreme
caution and very limited). Remember, after you break up, it is crucial for
your emotional connections to be severed completely so you can be truly free
from her (this can take months or sometimes even years).
7. Be a man about it - If you
decide to be ‘friends’ with her, be cordial and mature about it.
Don't bring up old issues but treat her as a new guy friend. Don't be needy
or go out of your way to help her, and especially don’t fall into mind
games. If she tries to make you jealous, hit on you, or bring up old issues,
stop her immediately and remind her you are only friends and if she keeps
it up you are outta there!
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Ryan Randolph is the author the blog "Dewussified:
The Path to Masculine Power" where he dives into psychology, genetics, social
conditioning, sprituality, belief systems and other aspects of male-female
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