A Few Things You Don’t Want To Say During A Breakup If You Ever Plan On Being On Good Terms

February 21, 2013 ‐ By Ashley Page
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Breaking up is hard to do and no matter if you’re the dumper or the dumpee, it’s never an easy situation. During a breakup there are all sorts of emotions flying around and with so many different feelings go on, you may find yourself saying something that you don’t mean, or something that is completely stupid. To make sure that your breakup doesn’t become even worse, here are 14 things to avoid saying.

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  • JM

    How is it not relevant to the dumpee if the dumper found someone else, cheated etc. Not only might this help the dumpee get on with it, and resist any urge to wait/try for reconciliation, but the least the dumper can do (considering about to go off into the sunset with his/her new love footloose and fancy free, while the other person is left to pick up the pieces) is pay the real life price for their actions and fess up! Tell the truth! You deserve to deal with the consequences of your actions/decisions. It will be uncomfortable, but this is nothing absolutely nothing compared to what you are putting your dumpee through in any case.