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If you’re in a relationship and you think you might be ready for a break up then one of the things you can do is to ask your partner if they would consider breaking up with you if you asked.

This doesn’t mean you should lie and pretend you’re no longer in love with him/her. In fact, many relationships are saved by couples who just let go.

Here are some of the benefits you stand to gain by letting go.

One of the primary reasons relationships end is that the couple stops spending quality time together.

When you and your partner stop hanging out together it’s very difficult to keep the spark in the relationship.

You can make sure your spark does grow back by simply rekindling that old friendship you once had when you were first getting to know each other.

You also need to ensure that you and your partner share interests so you don’t become a stereotype of one gender or the other.

It’s very easy to become emotionally unbalanced if you only spend time with your friends.

Another reason relationships end is that couples just stop being friends. When you love someone you want to spend as much time as possible with them.

If you love someone and they stop hanging out with you then it’s hard to stay close to them. By rekindling the romance you once had you can make sure you love them enough to let them go.

Finally, if you love someone and you think you’re in it for the long run you may want to consider getting a divorce.

You can still save your marriage if you let go and do what needs to be done to move on.

While you might feel awful letting them go there is no better way to be sure that this isn’t the route you want to take in your relationship.

You may wonder if you should let them go if you love them deeply. You really have to weigh your feelings about this before you make your final decision.

Some people are heartbroken when their spouse announces they are getting a divorce because they miss being with them so much but if you love someone enough you can overcome that feeling.

There is no doubt in my mind that if you love someone you shouldn’t let them go.

Even if you feel horrible about it and your partner tries to persuade you otherwise it’s essential that you listen to their reasoning.

It’s important that both of you are very clear about what you want to happen. If you aren’t able to do this on your own than perhaps it’s time for you to move on.

You are the one who needs to live a life of harmony and peace so you need to protect your relationship.

Don’t forget about your children either. Children grow up and eventually leave home. If you have kids that are old enough to be heading off into their own lives don’t you want to spend as much time with them as possible?

After all, that’s what marriage is about and if you love someone enough to take them out of the equation this will mean less stress on you and on their lives in the end.

While some people think that by breaking up you’re giving them a chance to see what they are without you, that’s not true.

You’re just making space for them in your life. Sometimes when someone says they want out they are just looking for a new place to call their own.

You should never let them go because of that. What if you don’t love someone should you let them go? When you know what’s best for you always follow your heart.

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