All good things come to an end. It’s something we’ve all heard before, but when it’s in the context of a break-up---a break-up that we’re going through---that’s the LAST thing we want someone to say to us.
Nothing is even remotely comfortable about ending a relationship with someone. But sometimes life happens. Maybe you’re not as compatible as you thought. Maybe you’re going in two different directions. Maybe you want different things (that’s a biggie). Maybe one of you wants to see other people (and started doing it while you were together). Maybe…maybe…maybe. The break-up possibilities really are endless.
The only thing worse than breaking things off? Doing it in a way that is messy. If there’s a silver lining to a break-up is there are several things that you can do to avoid drama from arising. So pull yourself together. Take a deep breath. Vent to your closest and dearest friend. Then gear up to do the following five things.
We ain’t gonna lie. It won’t be easy. But the cleaner a break is, the quicker you can heal. And MOVE ON.