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    Termination of connection

    Termination of connection

        Do you feel like there is nothing more you can do for your relationship? Are you tired of this relationship? Or are you just estranged from each other? If you can't see any light at the end of the tunnel, then it's clearly time to consider ending your relationship.

        Breaking up with your partner is never easy, but sometimes it's necessary. Sometimes we stay in our unhappy relationship because the difficult choice to end it would cause a number of inconveniences. If you're procrastinating even though you feel like it's the right thing to do, know that you're not the only one who does.


    When is it time to part

        It is difficult to know when it is time to break up with a partner. However, a few signs can help you decide for yourself if it's time to break up and move on:


    Your partner is harassing you;

    You have cheated on your partner or your partner has cheated on you;

    You are no longer interested in spending time together;

    Your relationship has changed significantly from when you first chose to be together;

    You do not like this change or you are not able to cope with it;

    You fight all the time. These fights continue even though you've tried to talk at length about the issues that give rise to them;

    It's hard for you to just be yourself in a relationship;

    You find it difficult to talk to your partner;

    You already have secrets from your partner or you have discovered that he is keeping secrets from you;

    Too often you have to say "sorry" to the other;

    You haven't said "I love you" to each other in a long time.

    You haven't had sex in a long time;

    You have no energy, impulse and desire for closeness;


        These are just some of the signs. The most important of these is your personal feeling that something is wrong.

        Every relationship has its highs and lows. It is worth seriously working to improve the situation together with your partner. Sometimes the problems don't come from you, but from circumstances external to the relationship that put a strain on your relationship. It is possible to leave the difficult period behind you, feeling closer than ever.

        However, that doesn't mean you or your partner have to spend years of your life feeling miserable all the time. Sometimes breaking up is the best choice.


    How to end the connection

        If you are the one who wants to end the relationship, you may find it difficult to break the news to the other person. No one wants to be the bad news. But when your relationship is in trouble, there's probably no other way out but to end it. We offer you a few tips:

       Prepare yourself. You need to know why you're ending the relationship, because if your partner isn't expecting the bad news, you'll have some explaining to do. That's why it's good to be well prepared. This way you will have the opportunity to think about your feelings and find out if this is really your decision.

       Make it personal. Don't break the news by email or message, by phone or chat, unless the situation calls for it (in the case of bullying, when you're afraid to face the bully). Before ending the relationship, it is good to meet the person one last time, it is important from a psychological point of view so that you can move on after that.

       Do it somewhere your partner feels comfortable. A restaurant crowded with strangers is not the best place. Make it somewhere where your partner will feel safe enough to express their emotions.

       Approach honestly. Don't lie to your partner if you're getting ready to end the relationship. Be clear about what you think went wrong. It may be difficult for him to hear it, but it is important, as he will then have the opportunity to draw his own conclusions. He'll know what went wrong.

       Don't be cruel. A breakup is already a difficult experience. So don't try to make it more painful. Remember that you once loved this person. Honesty doesn't mean you have to be vengeful and cruel. Try not to hurt unnecessarily.

       Don't send ambiguous signals. Unless you really mean it, don't say "Things aren't working out right now, but they might work out someday." This is how you create vain hopes in your partner.

       Expect the worst. Breaking up with you is probably one of the most unpleasant things. So don't be surprised if your partner starts yelling or crying, arguing or blaming you. Stay calm.

       Don't be hesitant. Once you've decided to end the relationship, don't change it. Your partner may talk you into giving it another shot, but unless there's a real reason to do so, don't. Don't budge from your position.

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