“It’s over!” The momentous occasion comes around, emotions are high and secrets creep up to smack the other in the face. Let’s keep it real, ending relationships need to be handled with a certain finesse. It needs to be done with truth dialogue and cordial to be sensitive to the other person.
Break-ups are the worst yet exhilarating freedoms after a long, stressful relationship. If it’s a messy split, opt for a meeting when things slow down and both parties have time to dissect and rationalize what happened.
3 Tips for Ending the Relationship
- Communicate and get how you feel, misconceptions and lies out.
- Don’t argue or fight missing the other person’s point. Tensions will rise as one person will say something that will be sensitive but regain composure or end the meeting.
- Agree or disagree to remain friends or not. Cordially ending a relationship is the mature thing to do. It slows hateful and spiteful speech after.
It’s almost a new year, it’s ok to be a mature adult. Open your ears, listen, decide if you want the relationship and if not, depart cordially.
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