Communicate Clearly With Your Partner
You need to ensure that there is complete communication. You need to talk about the relationship and see how your partner responds.
Keep calm and don’t make the focus of the conversation accusatory. Don’t play the blame game, just express your opinion.
Also, don’t let the conversation linger without getting to a point. Make sure you remain confident and direct in your approach by keeping your explanations and wishes concise.
You should also give examples of your cause. You need to express how you have been affected by particular situations, and what emotions you have felt. Tell your partner what hurt you, and what upsets you. This helps pin point the precise issues that are problematic within the relationship.
After communication, there is release. You need to make things final by setting new rules. You should make your breakup an even break up by no longer seeing each other, and allow yourself to heal properly. Don’t accept phone calls, emails or texts if your ex wants to check on you. This only creates confusion.
Move Forward With Your Life
Move on in your life by filling your new schedule with projects and activities with other people. Go places with your friends and family, and catch up with things on your to-do list that you may have put off prior to the break up. When you feel like you’re ready, get back out and meet new people who may be ‘more suitable’.
You should keep a distance from your ex for at least a few months, and maybe even a year, before you try to maintain a friendship. You need to have the person out of your system before trying to befriend them.