THE L♥VE CHAMBER
Are you finally fed up with your partners BS and want out of the relationship? Are you afraid that calling it quits may present bigger problems even a dangerous situation? That's not exactly what you had in mind is it? Ending your relationship or "breaking up" can be a tough one for just about anybody. On one hand you don't want to hurt anyone's feelings and on the other you feel like you've exhausted every possibility for making things work. Below are a few strategic ways to get off the hook.
BE STRAIGHT FORWARD!
Honesty is usually the best policy, however it's important to know your mate and how they deal with stress and emotion under pressure. Saying to them "This isn't going to work" is probably the #1 break up line and #2 would probably fall under "It's not you, it's me".
When we decide to finally cut our ties with companions we've spent many years fighting for, we must treat the situation very delicately. We know that most times each person says hurtful things to the other and some things cannot be taken back. When it's time to call it quits at this point you could care less of what the other person thinks or how they feel about you. Oftentimes this approach becomes confrontational and dangers could possibly arise. It's not always necessary to burn your relationship bridges because you feel over excited about falling in love or sleeping with someone new.
When being straight forward or explaining the reasons why you are choosing to opt-out of your relationship. If your reason for leaving is because there is someone else, there is no need for the new person to have anything to do with this situation. Things can spiral out of control just that fast! Keep both the new lover and the soon to be ex as far apart as possible. Your transition should be a breeze.
BE STRAIGHT TO THE POINT!