How to Stop Breaking Up
Do you REALLY believe that your relationship is worth saving? If this is REALLY what you want, what should you do? It may be stating the obvious but if you really want to stop breaking up, then you have to be strong and perservere.The worst thing you can do is give up on it. If its worth saving then its worth fighting for.
Understand the reasons why people break up in the first place. Basically there will be some dissatisfaction on one level or another. It may be that your partner feels undervalued for example. If you believe that this might be the case (and you might learn this after some communication-see step 2) then whether you agree or not, this is how your partner feels. Perhaps you could take time out every day, to show them how special they really are. It doesn’t have to be a big thing, just a word or a hug.
Communicate more. This is one of the main reasons why people break up in the first place. Communication can be very difficult. It depends on temperament as much as anything else and some people just aren’t good at it. If you want to stop breaking up, it may be something you both have to tackle. Talking about feelings isn’t easy but it is something that needs to be done. If you want to stop breaking up and avoid the pain that inevitably goes with it, then you have to learn to talk more.
Keep things fresh. Ensure that you look good, and smell good, and that you keep things charged up on a reasonably regular basis. You need to keep your partner interested in you. Similarly your partner should be making efforts as well and this is something you may need to discuss in step 2.
If you want to stop breaking up, you should not give up. The fact is there are people who will give up trying to win their ex back after a break up. It needn’t be the end of the world or the end of your relationship. If you don’t try and your ex doesn’t then there is no point in trying to stop breaking up, you have done and it’s final!
The fifth tip to stop breaking up is to know when you should just give up on the relationship. It’s a fact that some people are not meant to be together long term. You may still love them but that does not mean you should be together. If you are simply incompatible then that is something you might have to accept. Rather than stop breaking up perhaps its something you should be considering?
For all of these steps you need a plan. You cannot rush into things. If the relationship is worth it then you will fight to keep it. If you want to stop breaking up once and for all there are a number of resources out there which could just help you.