Begin with explaining to them why you want to leave. If unsatisfaction and lack of love are the factors for leaving, tell them about these straight on their face. Create limits and tell them about the consequences that they have to face in case they cross it. Learn to say ‘no’ where require even though it seems difficult. Cut contacts with your partner. This will help you both heal faster.
3. Practice self-love
The pain associated with separation is huge. And coming out from the pain of loss might be overbearing. But with the time you will be able to fall in love with yourself. A loss of partner might make you feel unwanted, lonely, broken and lower your self-confidence. It is completely natural to easily catch feelings for other people and call it love. Hold on. Do not rush into another relationship immediately afterward. Give yourself the time to nurture your vulnerability. No matter how much you feel like your immediate need is to be accepted and loved by another individual, but the reality is you need to love yourself, be tender with your edges and less pressing on your weak points.
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