Breaking Up is Hard to Do

One of the hardest things to do in life is breaking up with someone, particularly someone who thinks the relationship is going great. In life, each of us are on a quest for that soulmate that compliments us in ways that no other can. Yet in that search, we sometimes hit stumbling blocks and discover that the person we are dating is not the right one. Then comes the hard part – how to break up without inflicting too much pain.

Today, Online Dating Magazine columnist Nicole Roberge addressing the issue of breaking it up in her column titled, Calling it Quits.

In addition to that column, here are some other links to articles that will assist you if you think it is time to end your relationship by breaking up…

10 Ways to Break up Graciously

Breaking it Off Respectfully

How do I Break Up for Good?

And if you’ve recently been on the receiving end of a break up, here are some articles that have good advice and tips on dealing with it:

Why He Dumped You and 12 Ways to Get Back on Track

Breaking Up and Resentment

Dealing with a Breakup and Relationship Closure

Joe’s Comments
Technological advances in society, like the Internet and cell phones, have unfortunately made it “easier” to break up with someone. With the ease of online dating, I’m also seeing a growing trend of people not working through relationship problems, but rather quickly breaking up and returning to online dating.

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  1. Breaking up is hard to do, but I think that when it comes to breaking up you should do it in a manner that you feel will work best for your soon to be partner. If you know they hate drama, do it in a drama free way. If you know they don’t like arguing in public, do it somewhere quiet.

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