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Here are worst—and best—ways to End a relationships.

5 Bad Ways

1. Ghosting

Not providing any warning at all, nor any opportunity for contact, can leave you and your partner in limbo. Just disappearing is not the answer.

2. Self-blaming

Relationships involve two people and when they don’t work, each contributes to the dysfunction. Moving out of a relationship by focusing only on your role will not help you see the warning signs in potential partners of what might be the next ill-fated relationship.

3. Bad-mouthing

Focusing only on your partner’s contributions, in turn, will not allow you to refine further your own intimacy strengths and weaknesses. Talking to others about how everything was your partner’s fault can also create awkwardness for the people who know both of you.

4. Fantasizing

Presumably, the people in the Belu et al. study who engaged in PRCT also spent considerable time wondering what their partners were doing. As a result, they became less able to move on to new relationships.

5. Stalking

Again, as we saw in the Canadian study, an inability to pull out of a relationship only makes the emotional pain much worse. You may spend some time wondering if your ex is okay after the breakup, but extensively tracking your partner will impede your own recovery.

5 Good Ways

1. Preparing for the end

As we saw in the study by Belu and her collaborators, the surprise element only made a breakup worse. In general, as you head into important life transitions,it’s best to give yourself time, and to give your partner time as well.

2. Accepting a share of the blame, but not all

Growing your own intimacy means that you develop a more informed understanding of your strengths and weaknesses in a relationship.

3. Protecting your, and your partner’s, dignity

Previous research on divorce adjustment has shown the importance of “ saving face.” It’s important to maintain your self-respect, and that of your partner, so that you can avoid the shame of relationship defeat.

4. Establishing boundaries

Extensive post-relationship contact is, as we saw, a very poor way to end things. Instead, make it clear over the course of the relationship’s ending just how much contact you wish to have with your ex-partner.

5. Taking the long view

Our relationship histories become key factors in the life stories we create as we get older. As painful as it might be, the effects of the breakup you’re going through now will not endure forever, and may even set the stage for future relationships that you can’t predict from your current vantage point.

Source www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/fulfillment-any-age/201703/5-bad-ways-and-5-good-ways-end-relationship
5 Bad Ways And 5 Good Ways To End A Relationship - Relationships/Romance

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