You May Just Have To Accept A Breakup

By , May 16, 2015 9:07 pm

The breakup of a relationship, especially one that has been serious and long term, can be devastating. It gets even worse if you never saw it coming and you weren’t the one that wanted the breakup. You may be in shock at first, then angry and heartbroken. This will lead to crying, screaming, name calling and maybe even throwing things. Most people that don’t want a relationship to end won’t take it well and will not be amenable to letting go of this partner easily.
While it’s a fact that many couples reconcile after a breakup, it also depends on the reason for that breakup as to whether or not this happens. For instance, if the breakup was because of a silly argument, once someone apologizes, the relationship will probably get right back on track. These couples will probably enjoy a lovely makeup session and their relationship will become stronger than ever. Other couples argue as a matter of course so they’re always breaking up and getting back together. This may not make any sense to other people, but it does happen and works for them. They thrive on the drama.
If the relationship ended because of boredom on the part of one partner, there may be a way to reignite the spark that got them together in the first place. Make more time for each other and do fun things together. Go on a long weekend getaway that will give you time to be only with each other and reconnect. Sometimes these couples can revisit the things that once caused them to be excited to see each other and be together. Don’t let routine become an enemy of your relationship. Keep it new and fresh if you want to prevent it from dying a death of boredom.
There’s one reason for a breakup that just may mean that you have to accept it as being the end. That’s when your partner has fallen in love with someone else. This does happen even when you feel that the two of you were made for each other. It doesn’t mean that it’s going to happen to you in all of your relationships. It can mean that the two of you weren’t meant to be together forever. If your relationship was meant to be happily ever after, your partner would not have fallen for someone else. That may be hard to swallow, but it’s something that you must consider. In addition, if your partner left you for someone else, please don’t embarrass yourself by turning to drastic measures to get him back. They won’t work and you’ll only succeed in humiliating yourself and scaring other people.
Sometimes, in spite of the pain, you’ll just have to accept that your relationship is over and that your partner is now an ex. Do what you need to do in order to move on with your life. This is the only thing that will allow you to be able to find someone else; the person that you are meant to be with.

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