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November 28, 2015

Ending Your Romance

Breaking Up How To Do it Right

Romance Breakup

As we all know, finding the right partner isn’t easy. Dating and love are complex topics. When a relationship starts coming to an end, feelings and emotions can become complicated. You don’t want to hurt your relationship partner but at the same time feel the need to move on. You may also feel sad and uncertain about the decision that you have made.

These tips are designed to ease the break-up process and hopefully result in an amicable parting:

Make It Quick

Once you have made the decision, it is best to break-up the relationship as soon as possible. Do this face-to-face and NEVER, ever break up over the phone or via email, text or social media message. This is hurtful and will result in unresolved issues and feelings arising.

Choose A Location

To minimize the drama, it is best to break-up in a public place like a restaurant, park or other outdoor location. However, if you truly want to dissolve the relationship on good terms, it is advisable to choose a private location where both you and your soon to be ex can express their feelings. This is a good way to resolve all the issues in one go and not have to deal with ongoing questions to end the relationship.

Be Prepared

Prepare yourself to be faced with anger, tears and an attempt to change your mind from your partner. These are normal expressions of feelings in a break-up situation. Have all your reasons and arguments for the break-up ready to defend your decision. Your partner needs to know why you have made this decision and should be given the chance to respond.

If the break-up results in anger or tears it may be best to leave discussing the reasons for the break-up for a later date. An angry or upset person is less likely to listen or understand what you have to say. If the person attempts to persuade you to give the relationship another try, stand your ground and leave after explaining your reasons.

After Care

It is best not to give your ex any hope that you will get back together after the break-up. Try not to enter into discussions relating to the relationship or break-up and try not to answer their calls or respond to messages once you feel you have adequately explained your reasons. The less contact you have with each other, the easier it will be to move on and get over the relationship.