Figure Out The Right Way To Break-Up With An Individual That You’re Dating

This installment covers the phone/email stalker. You can find this article series as a part of the Game Chronicles by visiting the “Psst Dating” internet site as well as find out much more about the zine along with the Dating Challenge contest.

This individual has a special ring tone to warn you. If you are lucky that day you’ll receive one email. You open the email to discover a happy face… What does it want? This person seemed so normal when you first met. Who knew? Now this individual is starting to turn into a pest… What you can do?

The suggested solution depends on how you answer the next question:

Do you really want to continue having a relationship with this individual? You will have to make a definitive answer. Yes or no.

If the answer is no, I repeat advice in other articles for people not to take the cowardly and cruel route that leaves the other person in the chasm of the unknown. Don’t let someone else do your speaking when you reject somebody in person.

Do this in a public location (it doesn’t matter how long you have known this individual) or do it by personal email or telephone (voice mail). If you’ve ever had a bad break up you will understand the advice.

It’s unlikely anybody will ever thank you for saying no thank you to them, but that isn’t a reason to leave this person in that chasm. Be gentle, direct and avoid giving away your elegance or courage to anybody or any situation (for specific bowing out suggestions, take a look at the Dating 101 portion of the “Psst Dating” site next month)

Choose One form of communication and show and tell this person the best way to be in contact with you. Steer clear of the mixed signals. If this person calls you, do not email them back. You got their message so call the person back.

To stop the several communications, you’ll need to stick to your chosen form (phone, email, text) and do not respond to all the communications. If he/she emails you four times in a day, don’t respond back to every email. The idea here is to get the individual to STOP the multiple communication.

In the event you don’t want this person contacting you anymore, say, “Please stop contacting me.” If you have been dating longer than three months and/or have had sex with this person, explain why you want to stop dating this person.

You do not need to be mean about this. Plan what you are going to say to the individual. If you want to stop dating, do not wait until after the vacation and do not have good-bye sex.

If you’re feeling lonely, bored or simply curious one day, do not contact this person “just to find out how they were doing.” You are now playing with this person’s emotions and it is unlikely you’d appreciate somebody doing this to you.

Once this has been completed, try going onto a new dating site. If you would like to try a dating site for the rich, explore, “date millionaire” or “find sugar daddy,”

On a final note, dating is actually a relationship even when it is casual. Relationships are communications.

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