I am not sure that is what you are looking for. But anyway be calm, I've heard something about it. So I hope that my knowledge will be very useful for you. Breakups are never easy. But they can be so much more stressful if the man you are breaking up with is emotionally sensitive. You already know that at times he acts moody, needy and even depressed. His reactions can be unexpected, which leaves you confused. But try to understand that a breakup will be a very difficult challenge for your boyfriend. Try your best to be compassionate and calm as you speak with him.
From time to time, things you can hear from other people can give you much more information than when you are looking for something by yourself. So, listen, what I have heard about it. Set aside time to talk to your partner. Do not break up with him in a five-minute conversation, over the phone, or through a text message. Highly emotional people tend to be dramatic and irrational, so break up with him in person. Give yourself time to talk about the issues you have. Stay calm. Do not start the conversation angry (even if you have a right to be angry) or frustrated.
I do not trust many of the books and the Internet. So I when I'm looking for some information, I prefer to communicate with people who work in this area, or know something through experience. It is always useful. So, I also heard a little about it. Verbally attacking an emotional person will serve no purpose and could be highly damaging for your boyfriend. Getting broken up with makes a person feel unwanted and alone. Remember that most emotionally sensitive people are seeking value and recognition. They are more easily hurt than individuals with balanced emotions.
With great pleasure I will tell what I know and what I've heard about it. I like to feel me demand. In addition, I always enjoy when I can help at least with something… Talk openly and honestly, but also compassionately. Choose your words carefully; you don’t want to hurt or confuse him. Explain in simple words that the relationship isn’t working and that you are ready to move on. Don't blame anyone. Discuss the positive things in your relationship, and acknowledge that he has been an important person in your life. Value his friendship and his personality.
I've heard a little about it. But in any case, according to my friend, it is better to hear more information from those who at least heard something about it, than to look for among the millions of pages online. Listen. If your partner wants to speak, allow him to speak. But be wary about guilt trips or a verbal attack. Remind yourself that he is a highly emotional person, and if he is upset, that’s OK. Just listen calmly, and don’t fight back. Acknowledge what he is saying, and remain calm and collected and in control of your own emotions.
Hey! I know what to say about it. Some time ago, I was just reading a newspaper and saw an article that I read about this a little bit. I can not be sure of the accuracy of the information, but in any case it should be useful to you. Trust your instincts. Do not allow yourself to be manipulated by your boyfriend into calling off the breakup; however, he might be so upset that his grief turns into rage. If this happens, remove yourself from the situation. Later on, call a mutual friend and ask her to check on your boyfriend. End the conversation as painlessly as possible.
It is very interesting. It seems to me that when I read something about this. So, I'll tell you what remains in my memory, if you do not mind of course. I hope it will be really useful. If your boyfriend threatens to hurt himself, then immediately get help after your conversation. Call a family member or a friend, someone who will help your boyfriend through this difficult time. If you are afraid of your boyfriend, tell someone where you are going to be breaking up with him; have a friend check in on you. If possible, have this discussion at your home when someone else is present in the house.
I apologize if my answer would not be useful to you. But in any case, that's all I know about it. I hope you can find what you are looking for anyway. Set him up for it. It’s best that he knows something serious is going to be brought up in your conversation. Perhaps throw him the cliché “we need to talk” sentence. Of course he may start to worry, but remember that he has a very good reason to. Plan a time for your talk. Don’t just bring up your “we need to talk” line and break up with him in one conversation. After you set him up for the bad news, tell him that you’ll have the conversation next time you see each other.
I hope that this information will be useful to you. In any case, that's all I can tell you this. I also hope that the guys here will help you find what you are looking for. Don’t continue to lead him on once you’ve made up your mind to break up with him. If you know you’re going to end things, quit sending him those cute little kissy face texts or saying you miss or love him. This is just one small way for you to hint that your feelings are starting to change. If he brings it up, that is a good time to set him up for the talk. Keep his feelings in mind.
You might as well forget about wanting to remain friends. If he is really into you and this is a surprise, anyway you approach it he will get hurt. You can be gentle about it and talk to him seriously about your change in feelings. Tell him you wish you didn't have to do it, but it would be wrong to stay in the relationship since your feelings have changed. That you don't know why it happened and there was nothing he specifically did so he isn't at fault in any way, the two of you just aren't quite right for each other. Don't go over what it is you no longer like. Then the rest is up to him.
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