WHAT WILL YOU DO IF IT DOESN'T WORK OUT

Well there’s been some pretty solid advice in here to help you on your way to having an amazing relationship, whether you’re looking to find one or you’re in a new one I hope you can use some of the tips and techniques in here to make it last long and stay fun. If you’ve read this book and you’ve been in a relationship for a long time, I hope there have been things that you can also take away
to make your relationship better. But no book in the world is going to absolutely guarantee that you can start a relationship and make it turn into a happy one. The fact of the matter is; some people just aren’t compatible. You can try your best to ignore floors in people but when you get close to
them and see it a lot, sometimes it’s just too much to handle and that’s just the way it is. I personally believe that the sooner you realise these things the better. You don’t want to wait as long as you can, to keep trying to make things work and then find out that you really just can’t. Breaking up with someone is one of the hardest things to do, and the longer you leave it the harder it will get. You
have to listen to your feelings here, really let your mind and body tell you what it thinks about being with this person. Ideally your mind and body will at first feel nothing but excitement and happiness when you think about and see your new partner, but that’s not always going to be the case.


Sometimes you’re just not ready for a relationship, or it’s just not the right person for you. This is going to happen occasionally if you have a lot of relationships. It might be that the first time you enter a relationship it turns out to be the only relationship you will ever have, but for most people there’s a few bumpy roads along the way before finding that special someone to have that special relationship with So, how do you actually break up with someone? Well like I say, it’s better to find
out that you don’t want to be with someone early. This way, the break up isn’t going to be as painful for either of you. Of course it’s not going to be all smooth sailing either but its far better in the long run that it’s early before even stronger emotions are formed. The key is not to be critical of your partner, because this is going to affect them forever in some way or another. You don’t want to send them off thinking that they’ll never find a good relationship because eventually everyone will
see the things you saw and will want to break up with them. Whatever your problem with them was, it was your problem. Someone else somewhere might find that to be a really attractive quality and it’s not fair if you put it in their head that no one else will ever like these things about them. You have to be completely non-judgemental about things.

Just accept that they are the way they are and you just didn’t happen to like that in a partner and so you are moving on. You do have to be careful about what you say when breaking up with someone, but if you’re mature enough about the situation then it doesn’t really matter too much about what you say because it will be coming from the right place. If you have made your mind up and you know that you don’t want to be in a relationship with that person, then there’s little that can change that. So staying strong and breaking the news gently will usually be enough to end things without it getting ugly. Everyone reacts differently to this sort of thing but what matters is how you react, and you basically have to be strong and logical about the situation. Try not to let your emotions get involved, just realise that there is no way the relationship is going to turn into a happy future so it’s best that you go your separate ways.

If it happens that your partner is the one who wants to break it off, you have two choices. You can choose to fight for your relationship and convince them that you should stay together and work things out, or you can accept their decision and move on. Now it’s hard for me to advise you on this without knowing what the situation is. But I would say this is something you should think about carefully, because I genuinely believe that life’s too short to be trying to win someone back who doesn’t want you. Especially when there could be someone right under your nose that just hasn’t had the opportunity to show you how they feel. But I also wouldn’t want to discourage you from fighting
for love, because like many songs have said; it’s worth fighting for.


“You have to be willing to give up what you’ve got to get what you want, if it’s not working for you now then what makes you think it will ever work.”


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