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Fear Of Breaking Heart Or Breaking Up

Fear Of Breaking Heart Or Breaking Up And Dumping Someone

A romantic relationship is one of the best things in the world. However, sometimes it feels better to break up and move on just because it doesn’t feel right or things are not going as one wants. The feeling of guilt comes in between which may be preventing both partners from moving on to something more desirable. There is some sort of hesitation or fear that holds them back from breaking-up and dumping their partner.

One of the main reasons of fearing a break-up is the feeling of being alone with no definite certainty of finding someone better. When you worry about the future, you are truly living in the present. If you are happy with your present, you will be even more miserable in the future. So instead of worrying about the future, focus on the present. If you are not happy with your current relationship and you feel you will be better off without it, go ahead and cut the cord without any second thoughts. Trust your instincts and go ahead and break-up because love is based primarily on our feelings and instincts.

Another reason of fearing a break-up is the awful feeling of hurting the other person. Though one should try never to hurt anyone, but you are not responsible for making your partner feel good at the cost of your happiness. If you are not happy in your relationship, it will become impossible to keep your partner happy. In fact, you will be doing a favor to your partner by setting them free to get what they actually deserve and want. Stop feeling sorry for hurting your partner and announce the break-up news with confidence because that’s the right thing to do.

People usually are fearful of a break-up as they are not totally sure if that’s what they actually want. If you are even thinking of breaking-up and doubting if this is what you want, then that’s a sign that you are not happy with your relationship. It may require some soul searching to realize what actually you want. Perhaps do an analysis and see what exactly is bothering you or making you feel this way. Be sure that you will be happier outside your relationship and it’s time to break-up because your happiness is the most important factor.

Some people are fearful of a break-up as they think about what others will think about them. It is natural for one to be critical of what others think about them. We all want to keep a positive impression in other people’s minds. You may also be afraid of other calling you names or even ridiculing you. All these things are understandable, but realize that you are in relationship to make yourself happy and not others. Staying in an unhappy relationship is the wrong thing to do in the long run. One day these external factors will vanish and things may get uglier. Take control of yourself and make yourself believe that it is better to break-up because things may become worse if you delay it.

If you feel any of the above, you are suffering from a fear of breaking-up. Remember, our fears originate from our thoughts and how we feel. It is best to take a decision without being fearful. Think what is good for you. What is good for you will be ultimately be good for your partner as well. All break-ups bring some pain and heartbreak in the short run, but things get better in the long-run. Hence, don’t allow your fears to take the right decision. After you are able to keep your fears aside and then if you still feel you want a break-up, don’t hesitate and break-up your relationship because that’s the right thing to do.
Date Posted/Updated On: 10/27/2016
Author: ispace1

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