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But see the thing is, I didn't want to write about how to break up with someone, because I didn't want to seem like an asshole. similar to how I never want to break up with someone because I don't want to seem like an asshole.
Breaking someone's heart (or wounding it, if you're in a more casual relationship) really effing sucks.
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Yesterday morning I signed onto GChat and received the following message from a friend: “I officially got dumped by someone I wasn’t dating.” Whoo, boy.
Another’s girlfriend eventually broke up with him after several years because he rarely made time to spend alone with her, instead expecting constant family time with his son.
Ultimately, failure to put their partner first was a sign these guys were not ready for a serious relationship, or at least not with those particular women, and that is totally normal.
Apparently, my friend had gone on two dates with a guy — fine dates! And then, out of nowhere, she gets a long, kindly-worded email from him explaining that things weren’t going to work out, but that she was “a nice girl,” etc etc.
You know, the kind of email no one should have to be forced to read unless they’ve at least enjoyed some perks of an actual relationship.