We have all been in a relationship with people we don’t have emotional connections with and would rather be friends with, instead of breaking up in an immature or violent way address it in a polite manner.
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Contrary to the popular believe that all breakups must be brutal, painful and filled with betrayals, Gloria Faj shares tips that would guide through a mature and honest breakup.
Do not gossip
As girls it is almost natural for us to gossip, as such making us to tell others that we are calling off a relationship even before our partners know about it.
It is totally wrong to breakup with someone and tell everyone first before you inform the person.
Talk to him privately
Have a mature conversation privately, this way everything down to the most personal bits can be discussed.
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As two adults, we can do away with all the drama that comes with breakup publicly.
No sugar coating, Be Frank!
Go straight to the point.
Be frank but don’t be brutal… You can state all your points and reasons and still be friends with your partner.
Give actual reasons why you desire the breakup
To make the breakup as simple as possible, state your reasons. Never “use the its not you it’s me” line. It can trigger a million kinds of emotions. Even if the problem is from you, you can simply say 'I need time to find me and know my next step, I think we should take a break.'
Do these things and you are on the right step to a polite breakup.
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