Break Up, Dont Break Down Quotes by D. Ivan Young
Breaking Up When You're Still In Love
Break Up, Don't Break Down Quotes
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Show less Breaking up with someone you love is never easy, but that doesn't mean there aren't things you can do to make it easier on both of you. The key is to be honest while also keeping the other person's feelings in mind. When you break up with someone, you should assume that you're never going to be with them again. That may not end up being true, but usually is, and it's the healthiest mindset to have going into a breakup.
Break Up, Don't Break Down provides a road map for anyone who's trapped by the past anger, guilt and pressures of a failed relationship. Here you'll find ten.
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Well, okay, not exactly. How are they going to take it? Will we be able to stay friends? Those are important considerations, but spare a few minutes to think about the practical side of the breakup. Does your ex have any of your stuff? Do they have a— gulp —key to your place? Where are you going to break up, and will you be able to quickly leave afterwards?
A relationship break-up can be tough no matter what the situation. Sometimes you need to prioritise looking after yourself and there are things that you can do to make it easier to handle. You have to do stuff like hang out with friends, eat healthy and get plenty of sleep. After a break-up many people experience a range of difficult feelings, like sadness, anger or guilt, which may lead to feeling rejected, confused or lonely. You might even feel relief which can be just as confusing.
It followed me everywhere—through the good times and the rough times. They were never great, ecstatic, wildly passionate, and deeply connected. I tried to escape it, block it out, ignore it, and pretend this nagging feeling would eventually disappear. The spark had long disappeared. I never had butterflies thinking about him. I felt myself slowly withdrawing.