I want to breakup?

I want to breakup? Topic: Phrases to start a conclusion with
July 19, 2019 / By Arline
Question: iv come to the conclusion that at this point with what my girlfriend has done and how she has changed that i can't be with her anymore for the time being, we are long distance, one problem lately is her communication, i want to get her in a good mood and break it gently, basically as its not going to be permanent although i don't know, the main issues are trust and financial, i feel like we are soul mates, but she doesn't have the money to see me, i have seen her all the times, and the 2nd is trust, she had kissed someone else awhile ago and although she hasnt again, i dont trust her when she goes out with guy friends or to a club with the girls. any input appreciated, and how is the best way to strike up the conversation, i want to get her when she is in a good mood. because lately she is stressing? i know im being overly nice but i dont want a bad breakup, because i care for her, an input on any of this is appreciated Thansk
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Zed Zed | 4 days ago
You're a nice guy. And you're right to break up. No need to drag out a dying relationship any longer. If you can't trust her, you shouldn't be with her. If you two aren't working well in a long-distance relationship, it's not right. Break it to her gently. Start with "we have to talk". It's a universal phrase. You can let her know what's coming in a gentle subtle way. This way, she'll be prepared to listen. Tell her you think the relationship isn't working. Tell her you still love her but it's just not working. Don't lie to her or omit the reasons why. Be honest but gentle. Apologize even when it's nobody's fault.
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Zed Originally Answered: I agreed to the breakup now what with my ex?
write her an official letter requesting your things - get a return receipt requested - one of those green nd white things from the post office (so that she can't say you never requested them back). write a note - i want my 52 inch colored tv, my books, my dining room table and chairs, books, dvds, clothes, etc. tell her you want your things back then, take a police escort with you as far as the horrible things she is saying on the internet - you could get an order of protection if she threatens violence otherwise, change your name / email / any access she has to your pages, etc on the flip side - how many of her things does she have ? is it worth the fight ? peace
Zed Originally Answered: I agreed to the breakup now what with my ex?
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Zed Originally Answered: Why Is It So Hard To Get Over A Breakup?
My ex broke up with me about 6 months ago. It was the hardest thing to get over and honestly...I still haven't gotten over him. Today would've been our 6 month anniversary. I miss him terribly and I want him back more than anything in the world. I've tried talking to him, but y'know..it does no good. Somedays I feel like giving up and sometimes I feel like calling him and telling him that I love him. I never know what to do though. He truly has me on a leash =/ Some breakups are harder to deal with others. Some you can get over right away. Usually, it's easier when there is another guy to fill the empty spot of losing someone. For the past 6 months, I haven't had that. I felt the same way you do about your ex. You feel that he's your only source of happiness, but that isn't true. I TRULY think that you and your ex need to take a longer break and figure out how to find happiness on your own. Don't be dependent on him because it sounds like he's the type of person who will hurt you in the end. The way I dealt with the breakup is I started becoming really into writing. I have a blog on blogspot.com and I write every day and sometimes a couple times a day. It's a great release at letting out how you feel without it being self injury or abuse. It's really helped me and maybe it'll help you.
Zed Originally Answered: Why Is It So Hard To Get Over A Breakup?
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Zed Originally Answered: Why Is It So Hard To Get Over A Breakup?
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