What’s your take on breaks up? Well, of course, that’s a silly question, but if given a thought how would you begin your breakup talk? What is that you would say to your partner? Well, before answering that we have an important discussion to highlight- things ‘not’ to say while breaking up with your partner. Listed below are a few things that you should NOT say while you plan on breaking up with your existing partner, have a look and keep them in mind.
Never break up over a text
Well, breakups are often considered to be one of the worst and the most consuming experiences in one’s life. And why wouldn’t they be after all you are about to give up the love of your life. While we aim at discussing a few factors to keep in mind while breaking up with someone then the first one would be to NOT break up over a text. This is by far the worst and the most cowardly way one can end their relationship. No matter how troubled your relationship may have been, you should at least respect the time you spent together and state the reason behind your break up in person and not just via texts.
No false hopes, please
Seldom when one is about to break up their partner they do tend to get nervous and say things like ‘we might get along in future’ or that ‘I will get back once I’m ready. Well, as promising as this may seem this is all a hoax. There is a quite rare chance that people actually mean this. If you are sure about your decision then be firm and do not give your partner any false hopes that might stand in his/her way of moving on in life.
A big no to ‘It’s not you, it’s me’
Oh, c’mon this is so mainstream and cliched to actually believe. Taking the blame for your breakup is one thing and stating ‘it’s not you, it’s me’ is another. Well, the latter seems more like a formality and a way to get out of a conversation, so this is definitely not something that you should say while you’re planning on breaking up with your partner. Because this might hurt them way more than you thought it would.
‘We can be friends?’
This one’s a total bummer because c’mon we know that half of the people don’t even mean it when they say this. ‘We can be friends if you want’ is probably the worst thing one can say while breaking up. No matter how pure your intentions might be, but this will always portray you in a darker light. Maybe a little later you guys end up as friends but trust me don’t even try bringing this up while breaking up.
Also read: How to deal with the breakup of a long-term relationship?
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