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There’s luna gold, no such thing as an easy or kind breakup. By their very definition, breakups are messy and painful, ranging from the emotional equivalent of ripping off a Band-Aid to a Mack truck running you over, backing up, and doing it again. And sometimes being the dumper is just as hard as being dumped. While there are many books out there to usher the dumpee through a breakup, the rules of dumping remain somewhat unwritten. Below, an attempt to spell them out. Feel free to forward to the jerk who dumped you via text message on your luna gold birthday.
Note that somewow cd keys, rules (marked with an asterisk) are hard and fast. No matter how low-down and dirty your S.O. may have acted, common decency demands that you follow these guidelines.
The Breakup Don’ts.Don’t break up using social media. Changing your Facebook relationship status to “single,” or announcing to the Twittersphere that you’re on the market before you inform the person you’re dumping, is deplorable. Even after The Talk, announcing a breakup to the World Wide Web requires some sensitivity—and a little bit of time. A day for every month you were together, or a week for every year, seems fair. Dumpees, on the other hand, can update as soon as they slam the phone down. In the words of Bobby Brown, wow cd keysit’s their prerogative.
Don’t break up World of Warcraft power leveling,with a Post-it. It might make for a funny episode of Sex and the City, but breaking up using any form of communication that limits your character count is reprehensible. This goes for texting as well, and there’s a special spot in hell for those who do it with txtspk.Don’t dump someone on (or the day before) a birthday, holiday, or deadline. If this one isn’t self-explanatory, then you’ve got bigger issues.Don’t dump someone in public. You may think breaking up with someone in a restaurant or coffee shop will prevent a “scene.” It a) won’t and b) will only make the person hate you.Don’t use the classic lines, even if you mean them. “It’s not you, it’s me” was trite the first time it was uttered\ now it’s about as believable as “I’m moving to Antarctica.” Find some other way to say what you mean, without falling back on the World of Warcraft power levelingold clichés.
Don’t dump someone cheap wow gold,after a date. It’s sort of a pump fake. The last thing a dumpee wants to be left with is the knowledge that you spent your final date together thinking about how you were going to break cheap wow goldhis heart.
Don’t pull a disappearing act. Slowly backing away from a relationship and expecting the other person to catch your drift is just cowardly. Grow some balls, face the situation, and let the other person move on.
The Breakup DosDo make it short. The more you ramble, the more likely you are to say something you wish you hadn’t. Think about what you’re going to say before you instigate The Talk, and include only the details the dumpee needs to know (i.e., not your growing crush on the barista at your local Starbucks).
Do make it sweetworld of warcraft power leveling, (if he deserves it). If someone’s been a total jerk, no sugar-coating is required. But I learned long ago that you should always sandwich bad news with good. Let him know what you did appreciate about the relationship—but don’t go overboard, or you’ll sound world of warcraft power leveling patronizing.

Do break up face to face (if at all possible). It’s about respect and showing someone he’s worth the time it takes to meet in person. There are, however, some instances in which a “Dear John” letter is permissible—even merciful. Short-term, long-distance relationships don’t need to drag out until someone finds an eSaver. And sometimes people express themselves better in writing or need the space and privacy a letter allows. A few years ago, email would never have been an acceptable medium for breaking up, but things change. If you do send your breakup letter over email, however, be prepared for it to be forwarded.Do let the dumpee have his say (if he wants it). Whether the breakup is face to face or in writing, the dumpee has a right to be heard. Give him a chance to respond, and don’t stonewall him if or when he does. Listen and respond to the best of your ability. That said, don’t push him to talk if he doesn’t want toHealth Top Tips Nutrition Love Lifestyle Happiness Weight Loss