The Golden Rules of Break-Ups

Breaking up with someone is never easy, no matter how much you feel it’s the right thing to do. You might think that it’s far more preferable to be the one doing the dumping rather than being on the receiving end, but even this is very tough. You will go through a huge lifestyle change, having to see someone you care about get hurt. She may have been your best friend without you realising it — the person you always talk to about your problems.

Before doing anything rash, make sure this is what your really want. Just because you fantasize about call girls every night, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s all over with your other half. Don’t just finish it during a fight; take time to really think it over, try to work on what you have and if you’re still convinced that she isn’t the one for you, then it’s time to take the next steps.

The first golden rule of break-ups is to never dump someone via text or email. This is a cowardly way out of it, which won’t go down well with her. It disrespects the closeness you once shared; you owe it to her to talk face to face about something this serious. Once you’re certain about your decision and you’re happy for her to move on as well as you, get it done. There’s no point dragging out a dead relationship for longer than you need to, as this will only lead to frustration and resentment.

Pick a good time and place. Avoid public arguments — you can’t assume that she won’t scream and throw things just because people are watching! You need to find somewhere private, where she’ll have time to react the way she needs to. She may be shocked, so prepare yourself for all kinds of reactions.

Don’t back out once you’ve started; yes, it’s hard to see the woman you once loved in tears, but giving her false hope of another try would be cruel if there’s really no chance of reconciliation. Don’t chicken out and say you’ll try and work things out if you have no intention of doing so.

As tempting as it may be, don’t fall into the trap of sleeping with her one last time. Trust us, this is not no-strings-attached fun, it is something that will make the break-up much harder on both of you. If you’re lonely after she’s gone, try booking an escort girl to talk to instead, and to help you start moving on from your relationship.