How to survive a break-p?
February 16, 2009 9:21am CST
If your partner want to end your relationship, you don't have to fall on your knees to beg her/him to take you back if you still care, or make promises, to look sorrow for her/him to feel sorry for you, or worst to threaten her/him that you'll kill yourself if she/he will not take you back. Instead of doing this, smile at her/him even if you don't feel so. Thank her/him for the happy moments you've shared. Show her/him that it's her/his lost and she/he made a terrible mistake to let you go. Tell her/him that your glad to meet her/him to show that your self-steem is still intact. Tell her/him that you still love her/him but if letting her/him go can make her/him happy you'll respect her/his decision. After this accept the situation, cry in private don't be ashemed to tell a friend about your problem so you can easily releave from depression and stress. Don't try to get into new relationship if you haven't moved on with your past relationship, its not good to use other person just to make yourself feel that you're worthy to be loved. Make yourself busy, give yourself to other by helping less futunate people. You'll realize that vast number of people have a bigger problem that you and ask God to give you strength and guidance. What do you think is the best solution to survive a break-up?
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16 Feb 09
It is good if one can end a relationship this way, I think it is walking away with dignity and i think it would hurt the the one that was actually finishing the relationship to see you so balanced about it, as good as it is to leave this way, also not that easy, a breaking heart and all that emotion sometimes makes us do silly things that sometimes when we look back we wish we didn't do, it would be good to be able to do as you suggest.