Breaking up

April 11, 2008 5:03pm CST
Like to know from you guys, is breaking easy to do? I find it very hard and only did it once. do you guys find it easy or hard to do it, and how would you go about doing it?
5 responses
@busta1baby (1238)
• United States
17 Apr 08
id say no its not specially if u really love them
@subha12 (18453)
• India
14 Apr 08
breaking up can never be easy. i have no experience but i think breaking up with a person you like can never be easy. it may be hatred or sad.
12 Apr 08
I find breaking up very hard to do,a few months ago now i had to break up with my boyfriend of 6 years it was one of the hardest things to do but i knew it was the right thing to do,i find writing out a list of pros and cons of what the relationship offers you is a good way to determine your decision, i just tried to be honest and word it in a way that makes the other person realise that you aren't meant for each other it's important to have distance aswell after the break up otherwise it can get confusing and make the emotions more complicated, whoever said breaking up is hard to do wasn't lying there are definatly a mixture of emotions when this happens, just staying truthful and following your gut is the key i think.
@chiyosan (30204)
• Philippines
12 Apr 08
no. it was never easy breaking up with someone.. most especially if you know that he/she still has feelings for you. when i broke up with past bfs, i had to think of the words i would tell them, it was rather difficult for me to open my mouth and tell them. my second BF, i spent like a month thinking of a way to talk to him and to have him agree that our relationship wont work anymore, etc.
• United States
11 Apr 08
It can be hard or easy. It depends on the people and the situation. When I tell someone that I don't think we should be more than friends, I try to be honest about why it's not working for me and why there isn't anything they can do to change it. I try not to throw insults or fight but just to have a clean honest break that allows for the possibility of friendship afterward.