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How to breakup with your lover peacefully

  1. profile image51
    GlobeDailyposted 4 years ago

    How to breakup with your lover peacefully

    it’s really easy to ignore a lover for a few days until they get pissed, call you up and yell at you.
    And then you give a ridiculously lame excuse and wait for them to say they can’t take this relationship anymore.
    And then you grin a sigh of bitter relief because you could avoid the confrontation.
    Well there’s another easier way too,You purposely bring up a touchy subject while you’re on the phone, and wait for your partner to lose their lid.
    And somewhere in the conversation tell your partner that this can’t go on, because both of you are so different.

  2. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 4 years ago

    I suppose it really comes down to how one defines "peacefully".
    Some might take it to mean you walk away as "friends" and others may simply mean no one was beaten up or killed.
    Just because there's no physical attack doesn't guarantee peace. There may be slanderous postings placed on Facebook pages, Instagram and Twitter. Some may even include nude photos that were exchanged. Who knows how someone will take a breakup.
    Awhile back I wrote a hub titled "A Breakup Method" and essentially it comes down to (knowing) your future ex and how they react to bad news. If you're breaking up with someone you need to think it all the way through to make sure you want to call it quits for good. I say, think, plan, and execute.
    Breakups are always done at the comfort level of the one ending the relationship. The person being dumped has no say on how, why, or when. However this also means the person doing the dumping has no say on how their future ex is going to (react) to being dumped! They have the final say if it will end "peacefully".
    Yes you could breakup over the phone, via email, by text, or simply vanish. There is no (new) way of breaking up which has never been done before. Ideally it would be nice to do it face to face but it really does come down to how (safe you feel) doing it that way.
    http://dashingscorpio.hubpages.com/hub/ABreakupMethod

 
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