Some people are under the impression that ending a relationship has to end badly. This isn’t true at all. When it’s time to end a relationship because you feel like it’s the right thing to do, there are steps you can take to make sure things go smoothly.
1. Find Your Partner Other Love Interests To Be Happy With
When you’re in a serious relationship with someone and have gone through a lot together, you may have thoughts about them that you need to resolve. If this is the case in the relationship you’re ending, then do your former partner a favor.
Do your very best to recreate the magic you two once had with each other by finding them another suitable mate that can make an amazing relationship with them. Have get togethers to make the transition to new people an easy one. Try to find people that can make your former partner feel as strong and happy and well liked as they were when you were together.
Just as you can feel your partners physical body when they’re not there, be attentive to their needs and ensure that their new partner is taking care of them and meeting their physical and emotional requirements. This is crucial to make the transition to new and healthier relationships an easy one. Just because you can get along with someone doesn’t always mean you’re the best match for each other.
2. Stop Feeling Guilty Before You Even Start
Guilt has a way of creeping up on you. It can make you feel like you did something wrong or that you are less of a person for having to break up with the person. Breaking up doesn’t have to mean you have to become afraid and use guilt as a mask. Instead of being afraid and feeling guilty, forget about guilt and make sure you make steps to find the person someone else to be with. When your relationship is over and you know you don’t want to talk to each other anymore, do your best to make sure your former significant other is happy with new people.
3. Use Your Body Language Gently In A Break Up
If you’ve dedicated a lot of your time to someone and spent a lot of time with them, then it may not be such a let down to use your body language to gently tell them it’s over. Because verbal language only makes up 7% of our communication skills, you should make them aware that your body language is telling them that the relationship is over.
There are many reasons why people decide to go their separate ways, and if at all possible, you should try and escort your former partner with your body language into new and more fruitful relationships. Show them that the magic is over and there is a whole world of new people that can fulfill their lives. Do the right thing and make it the healthiest break up possible.