It’s not them, it’s not you – the spark just isn’t there. Kate Taylor advises you on how to achieve a no-more-tears break-up First of all, take a long, quiet moment to think through the reasons you want to end the relationship.
You’re going to have to be very sure before you do it, because not only will your partner possibly try to change your mind, but you’ll also have time on your hands afterwards to wonder whether or not you did the right thing.
In the July of that year a handsome teacher sent me a most beautifully honest message.
Had it not been for Match this Lady would never have surfaced in my life. [Read more] 30/10/2014 I cannot thank match affinity enough for helping me to find my perfect match.
This is why I’ve often felt that being on the receiving end is easier than being the one to end things.
It often seems that all the responsibility lies with the person who initiates the break-up. It might be that there is one definite deal-breaker, and in this case it’s simple.
We often try to hide our true thoughts thinking that it’s kinder to the other person, but in reality it’s better to be given a specific reason. Left wondering, the person spends hours talking it out with friends, miserably.