How Many times have you broken up with the same Person
Relationships are not for everyone!
Breaking up with someone more than once, and to still get back together, or married is a poor decision.
Did that happen to you?
You must have read many times, either online or in guide-books.
Breaking up with a partner and not staying friends should be the best idea.
You feel the same mistake will be repeated twice in your relationship, and that you don't need in your life.
Though that has been said, most couples break up, stay friends, and get back into their relationship. Sometimes marrying each other at a later stage is not the answer.
An example as follows:
Angel was with her boyfriend for six months.
She broke up with him once, and he broke up with her three times.
These break-ups happened in the first four to five months.
Somehow, they found their differences and decided to break up sadly this happens every day.
Another couple broke up twice in a couple of months and still managed to get back together.
Sometimes you break up to spend time with other people and want to date different people to see how you find yourself in different experiences.
You split from the relationship and get back together again.
Thinking it would work out the second time around.
It doesn't always work out, does it?
Yet you still choose to get back break-up and get back again.
· Has this happened to you in past dating experiences?
· What are the most times you have broken up with someone, or with the same person?
· When you broke up did you still speak to your past love?
This is about an incident with a couple who broke up for a month.
One night she called him up and asked to help her set up her television set.
He went over to her place, helped her out with the task, and felt hungry afterward.
They chose to go out for something to eat had a few snappy shots of alcoholic drinks.
He ended up sleeping at her place.
She was insecure in sleeping at her new place and asked him to stay over at her place.
The experience had been taken as a mixed message to her.
Thinking he wanted to get back with her. After their break up of a seven-year relationship that can be a misleading thought.
· Maybe you did not get back together self-respect counts doesn't it?
If you get back together after a breakup it can feel good.
· If it did not work out for the first time what makes you think it will work the second time?
Trusting somebody again is not always as simple. Such choices do not work out for everyone.
It is not worth going through a relationship after a break up; also all depends on the issues one had experienced.
You can lose track of how many times you have broken up with someone. Some couples have these experiences more than twice.
This makes it hard to let go of certain issues.
Thinking that someone is going to change for you, and to think the changes will be good again is a dream that will not be fulfilled.
· Who will change for who or another?
Breaking up many times and getting back together with the same person can be most confusing.
· Why do people date other people?
· Why do people want to take the time-out from each other?
Understand the meaning of dating.
It is not just hanging out with someone on weekends dating is about having someone for much longer in your life, and that can be for months or years.
A partner whom you can rely on, trust, have faith in and share you're a big part of your life.
You can go on many dates until you find that someone you think is really the one for you.
You would eventually want to have a family, and settle down and buy yourself a new home. Build a foundation and grow together.
· A commitment does not come lightly.
People often go back on their word, and when you see that on your date you know that person is not the one for you.
Tolerating each other is a huge part of your relationship.
Breaking upon numerous occasions is not going to make much right in your life or relationship.
You could have a poor marriage. If you get back together with someone who goes back on their word it is not easy to live together again.
Problems can be overlooked if you don’t make the problem.
If you don’t see your relationship as an experience, you could see your relationship as the problem then doesn’t get back together.
Respect is crucial in a marriage or any relationship for that matter.
Accept each other, and you will see how much better you can be together with your partner.
A relationship of four years and has been on and off, he in his thirties, she is much younger and in her twenties.
The decisions along the way went hand in hand until she broke up with him due to going to different schools.
Things changed and they did not want to be together anymore.
She broke up with him three times, and he chose to be friends with her.
He convinced his girlfriend they would be together again.
You have shown her many good times while together. You had made her see that only you can give her what she wants, and needs and that nobody else can do that for her.
The problem he has been divorced twice, and she has never been married. Her decision was not to be with anyone.
· Should you try to keep someone who doesn't want to keep you?
Anybody can break up with anyone, he with her or she with him.
· Who is at fault when you break up?
· How long did you be apart for before reconciliation?
· How many times can you break up and make up with someone before marriage?
When you break up for the first time and get back together that should be a lesson learned and you should not blame it on love.
The second times when you break up blame it on fate.
If you break up for the third time then you can say you were meant to be together.
In the process, you can lose more of your friends because of your miserable relationship.
The constant complaining and aching can be annoying to your friends.
At the fifth break up your friends have had it with you.
They will stay away from you until you work out your life.
· Why would he or she be your ex?
There must be a reason for the break up it can be about your personality or behavior.
At any other point after the fifth time, you got to seek professional help.
Move on to something new. Sometimes loneliness brings you back together.
There are a couple of important aspects one can learn from dealing with relationships, and with friends.
Don't tell friends the unnecessary details.
Focus on the most important details. They can get tired and bored with your complaining.
When you reach a certain age, you have to work it out on your own.
Find your significant other and move on.
When you are young and in love, you think you have it all.
· Should you cut all ties with someone after a breakup?
You are not always ready for a commitment.
· Do you fear commitment?
Many relationships don't end at the first break up.
· Can two people love each other the same?
Why do you get back to the same person after so many breakups?
You are afraid of being alone.
The fear of commitment, taking the next step, and dating other people, can make one feel insecure about another date.
Safety is another aspect of one’s life.
Nobody will love you again or the same as he or she once did.
You don't want to feel abandoned.
Blame gets in the way.
Loving someone unconditionally is all part of what you experience in a relationship. Holding on to what you have is most important.
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