Most breakups aren’t mutual. Sometimes ending a relationship can be so hard that we put it off for days, weeks, and even years. Many people get stuck in this stage, and one major reason for this is an overwhelming sense of guilt.
As if the news that your partner doesn’t want to be with you any longer isn’t enough, they often think they have to try to comfort you – to make you feel better. What most of the “Dumpers” simply do not understand is: they CANNOT give any comfort. They are only able to give as much comfort as a drug would to a drug addict.
The main problem when breaking up with someone is how to make it painless for the other person. There are some basic things to consider on how to break up gracefully, but there is one fundamental truth you have to accept: there is no painless way to do it.
I was interviewed the other day regarding my article on how to break up with somebody. This article is one of my favorites, because I really think that it’s very important to learn how to break up the right way. If you have never done it before, how would you know what is the right way?
Everybody knows that it‘s a devastating experience to be left by someone you really love, be it a break up or divorce. We all have gone through this at least one time in our life. But the fact that it is also very difficult to be the one who actually leaves is something you only know if you have experienced it.