Break up after one month of dating
If you want either one of you to maintain your dignity, tell him the truth.
Keep it short and sweet, quotes Stephany Alexander, relationship expert at You don’t need to give him every reason that you want to end the relationship – just name one or two main problems and be done with it.
The break-up of a relationship can trigger a cascade of chemicals that make you feel lonely, depressed, and worthless—especially if you see the rejecter as “the one for you”. You may be fearful that it will be too painful, especially since you’ve lost someone and something precious.
You are not crazy-- you’re in a natural state of distress. But repressing your grief can result in depression, anxiety, obsession, suppressed immune system, and chronic despair.
And with false hope come drunken calls at 3am, asking if you are ready to take him back yet.
So be kind and make it clear to them that they need to move on.
Don’t engage with him, just listen, be quiet and don’t respond. So, make plans to meet with friends to get over a break up.
Talk about it over lunch and a movie, and while you are at it, remove his number from your cell phone.
Where you are right now is precisely where you belong. Moving forward means not staying stuck in the same place that’s getting you nowhere fast.
A girl friend asked me:“According to your Yep, You’re Just Not That Into Him post, we should be honest with him…But how do I break it off in a nice way?
”So, we know break up is really hard to do, but there are techniques to help you make things go as smoothly as possible.
Believe it or not, it’s hard to move through an emotional experience by staying in your head.
While you’re rationalizing your sense of worthlessness and wracking your brain for solutions, you’ve probably put your emotions on hold and cut off your bodily awareness.