3 Ways to Handle Relationship Breakups

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It is really difficult to deal with a break up for many people who experienced a deeply loving relationship at one time. In case your daily life contained a lot of input from your ex partner, missing their presence vastly is highly possible and it happens a great problem for you to conform to living without them in your life. 


Remember, relationships are not one sided, and neither are the breakups. If you see that there are problems arising in your relationship, rather than ignoring them, the best way of dealing with those issues is to sit down and talk with your partner. Let them know what you are going through and what you think needs to be addressed. If your partner cares for you, they will listen to you your thoughts and hopefully try to make the necessary changes. This is easier said than done and requires relationship communication and work from both of you.


It is better to speak up and talk to your partner and clear the air before resorting directly to a breakup. Keep in mind though that if it comes to it, coping with relationship breakups can be quite easy if you direct your focus on the positive things in your life. There really is no point to continue putting your focus on your partner and what could have been.


If indeed you mutually decide to break up or your partner should decide, accept that the relationship is over. If you would rather not end your relationship, then there are ways of communicating this to your partner that can be very powerful in holding your relationship together. Otherwise, you need to just let him go, and not allow the end of your partnership to have a hold on you.


In order to do cope, there are several things you can do.


1. The first thing that you should know if you are coping with relationship breakups is that it can be unwise for you to be alone. Being alone would just bring back the thoughts you both together, and this can cause you to miss him.


2. Make a conscious decision to focus on goals you have always wanted to accomplish. Changing your focus is an instant way to think about something else. When you choose to think about something else, you make a decision, and this is the only way to handle breakups effectively.


3. Try to remain in the company of friends as often as possible, and if you live alone, it can be a great idea to call over a friend.


Just remember that the more you leave yourself alone in the beginning, the more you can tend to think about your partner, and the more it makes you miss them. This is counter-productive as it is not the way anyone should be coping with relationship breakups.


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Lori-Ann Petrosino is an avid health & relationship expert, with a passion for helping others achieve their best self. She does this through encouraging others to feel and look their best in all areas of mental and physical health.

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This article was published on 2010/08/11
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