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Sometimes you just have to accept it. And while you should always fight for the people whom you love — part of loving is letting go, and sometimes accepting rejection is simply the right thing to do, as a mature person. But rejection is almost always a two-way street. There are proper, mature, ways of going about being rejected — and, at the same time — there are right and wrong ways of delivering it, as well.
And this concept applies especially in regard to relationships, and the people involved in them. And while you might think that a breakup is in both of your best interests, you can never be too sure your ificant other will agree. True closure requires two people seeing eye to eye with each other, without any questions left unanswered.
If you want to cut ties with someone, do your due diligence, and handle your business the right way. While, at times, my phone may seem like an extension of my hand — I would never make the mistake of blurring the line between romantic affairs and ones that can be handled over the phone.
Think about it. Phones are deed to make matters more convenient.
Sure, I might forgo picking up food myself, on behalf of Seamless. I may bypass hailing a cab in the winter, with the help of Uber. And breaking up with someone over text is no different. According to Anna Miller for the American Psychological Association"When someone chooses to text break up, they are also choosing not to write a letter, call or ," she writes in her book. In other words, the method is a part of the message itself.
Ilana Gershon, PhD, anthropologist and associate professor at Indiana University, decided to take a deeper look into the psychology behind present day breakups — and the repercussions of text breakups. Part of why text breakups are so discourteous, is because of mismatches in the media ideologies between lovers.
While one person might invest a great deal of weight into matters of text, others might not. According to one survey administered by WhatsYourPrice. Almost nine out of every 10 men included in that survey probably went about their breakups incorrectly. Have the respect for your ificant other — and yourself — and break up in person.
It's just the right thing to do. By Dan Scotti. When breaking up with someone, you need to be mindful of the consequences of your own actions. While invested in a relationship, it should be one of the most important aspects of your life. Relationships should be predicated on the notion of genuineness, of authenticity.
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