So You Wanna Break Up Plr Ebook

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1:
How to know it’s time to breakup
Chapter 2:
Making your final decision
Chapter 3:
Choosing a meeting place – not his/her home/high risk location for suicide
Chapter 4:
Choosing the right time – definitely not valentine’s day/ his or her birthday
Chapter 5:
Keep it short & simple – never argue/prolong discussion
Chapter 6:
Stick with your decision
Chapter 7:
Control your emotion
Wrapping Up

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Chapter 2: Making your final decision


To be the one to request for a breakup can be stressful, especially when your partner is someone you loved so much before. Whatever the reason for the break up with your partner, you must make sure this is the final decision and that there is no turning back.

Steps in Making Your Final Decision

Think about why you want a breakup. Think and consider all the reasons that are making you leave your partner. Was it just because of temporary negative emotions? Was it because of conflicts involving legal issues? Do not make hasty decisions, and be reasonable on why you want a breakup.

Make a list of all reasons to breakup and possible solutions. List down all reasons you had considered for a breakup and possible solutions to solve problems, if you think there is still a chance to save the relationship. This will help you to have a clearer view for your decision-making.

Go through the list and reflect. Analyze deeper through the list you have made and reflect honestly, whether you had been fair in its content. Did you try your best to curb problems?

Making sure the reasons for breaking up cannot be ignored anymore? Be sure you did not make the wrong choice of breaking up with your partner.

Be prepared for questioning. Decide properly what to say when you breakup with your partner.

Also, do consider preparing for the questions your partner may raise during the breakup. Make sure you are emotionally stable before and when you say goodbye.

Be clear that it is over. Review again to make sure this relationship will end forever. Do not bring in emotions or give hints that both of you may come back together. You must understand that it is better for your partner to get the message quickly and clearly.

Chapter 3: Choosing a meeting place – not his/her home/high risk location for suicide


Choosing a right meeting place for a breakup is important because you can prevent making the breakup turn ugly. Besides, if the breakup is carried out amicably, you can be free from the relationship, leaving your ex totally. Remember, it is also important to breakup in person and face to face.

The Place

Choose a neutral place. Do not ask for a breakup in your house, or in your partner’s house. This is firstly unfair to either person, and secondly, you will still see pictures or things both of you shared which will make it hard for you to stick with your decision.

It is best to choose a location where family or friends are around. If your partner cannot control his/her emotions and start showing aggressiveness, or both of you start to engage in heated arguments, people around may help to calm the situation.

Avoid high-risk location as it has the potential for suicide. Avoid breaking up with your partner at tall buildings, railway stations or even in the kitchen where knives are convenient to get to.

One example of an ideal location would be the park, where it is comfortable for both of you to express feelings, and you can also walk while you discuss the matter.

Do not breakup in restaurants. There are many observers and witnesses in a restaurant. It will be embarrassing and disrespectful for him/her if your partner gets very emotional and drama takes place.

Do not breakup in classrooms, especially for schooling teenagers or college students. You or your partner may endure humiliation from the classmates. As internet is accessible for all, some classmates may make fun and post videos or pictures of it online, making the whole incident seems uglier. This will cause pressure and stress for both of you.

Chapter 4: Choosing the right time – definitely not valentine’s day/ his or her birthday


Choosing the right time to raise an issue on a breakup with your partner is an ideal move to let the relationship end smoothly.

Choosing the right time meaning does not include breaking up on Valentine’s Day, his/her birthday, holiday seasons, etc.

Occasions such as when your partner is having an upcoming exam, interviews, at work, etc. are also not the right time to initiate a break up..

Choose the Right Time: Why Avoid Special Occasions and Holidays

It will be hard for your partner to recover. If you put yourself in your partner’s shoes, consider how you would feel when you experience the same heartbreak every year just because your partner breaks up with you on your birthday or Valentine’s Day.

It will bring back the bad memories.

All that is left is emptiness and loneliness. If your partner loves you more than, he/she will feel a sense of belonging and connection to you. If you choose to leave him/her on holiday seasons like Christmas, you left him/her feeling alone every holiday, especially because after breaking up you will no longer be with him/her anymore.

It affects your partner’s emotions during his/her life-changing moments. These big moments could be your partner’s interview, work promotions, upcoming exam, a death or sickness in his/her family, etc. Do not be mean; bear with your partner for a longer period until these moments are over.

Care for him/her at least for this duration one last time.

You may get a negative response from your request about the break up. Either you choose to breakup before or during these occasions or you wait for a suitable time to do so, and even then your partner may object to your request, or act aggressively, yell, cry loudly or more. This may contribute to you feeling guilty and choosing not to leave.

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