When it comes to breaking up with someone, there is no good way to do it. When breaking up with someone, it’s important to be respectful and to explain why you’re breaking up. That said, there are instances where there are bad ways to break up with someone. A few of the worst ways to break up with someone is by resorting to cruel and hurtful behavior by deliberately causing emotional harm, insulting, or demeaning the other person. Also, engaging in heated arguments or public humiliation not only destroys the relationship but also tarnishes the dignity and self-worth of the person being dumped. Another way is by manipulating the situation to make the other person feel guilty or at fault adds unnecessary pain to an already difficult situation.
Make-Out With Another Girl
One poster said, “He started making out with another girl while we were at a party, all sitting on the same couch. That deflates the romance pretty quickly.”
Find Someone While With Someone
A second poster recalled, “My boyfriend and I went dancing. He put his credit card down to keep our tab open. I went to the bathroom. Came out. Couldn’t find him forever. Found him in a corner making out with some random. I went to the bar. Ordered everyone sitting at the bar a round of top shelf on his tab. And took a taxi home.”
Have Your Mom Do It
A third poster shared, “I once had a guy’s mom break up with me for him. We were both in our mid 20’s.”
Text & Cheat
Someone added, “Text them and ask, “Can we talk?” Type for twenty minutes. Finally, send the message, “I’m breaking up with you. Sorry.” True story, I found out later he cheated on me.”
This person mentioned, “While in the middle of getting it on, he leaned into me and said, “I think we should see other people.”
Play The “Singles” Game
A top-liked comment said, “At a party, there was a game in which all the single people were supposed to line up for something, and couples the other side. A friend’s boyfriend went in the single line. His girlfriend said, “What the F****ck?” And then he said, “I’m single, so are you now. Very public and very hurtful. Thought he was a jerk for that. Then he showed me pictures he’d been sent of her the night before with some dude.”
One user recalled, “I was “ghosted.” I was with a guy for a year, and one day, he stopped replying to my texts and calls. I thought he was dead. I didn’t want to be that “crazy” girlfriend and drive by his house but I felt so confused. He reached out to me 8 months later, saying ‘hey, what’s up?”
This person said, “My girlfriend of four years left me out of the blue like this with zero communication. So I caught her after class one day and wrote her a letter just asking for some clarity and closure. Three days later, I got hit with a summons for a court hearing regarding a request for a protection order for “stalking.”
A poster commented, “My ex-fiance was supposed to escort me to my friend’s wedding, for which I was the Maid Of Honor. He and I had a wedding date set. I had a 1/2 ct round diamond and a dress chosen. We rented a house off campus at college and were seniors. That Friday before the wedding, he suddenly came down with the flu. He couldn’t travel. I believed him, and he acted loving and apologetic, etc. I went ahead and took the 3-hour trip. When I returned Sunday and walked into the house, everything, including furniture, was gone. My clothes and books were still there, but everything else was GONE.”
Only One Positive, In This Relationship
Someone shared, “She called the day after my birthday (long distance). Said she didn’t love me anymore, she was sleeping with someone else, and I should get tested. My last visit to her was months before. I tested positive for Chlamydia.”
Change In Status
This commenter recalled, “A woman broke up with me by changing her Facebook status to single. In her defense, we had a fight over the phone that morning, but I didn’t think it was quite such a big deal. The nice thing about finding out that way was that I didn’t have to deal with the sort of person who breaks up with me by changing their Facebook status anymore.”
If You Have Any Questions….
A user shared, “A guy broke up with me over voicemail. He ended it with, “If you have any questions or comments, feel free to give me a call, I’m available from…….” One of the most horrific breakups I’ve ever been through.”
A commenter said, “I’m not ready for a relationship” over text, then immediately started posting “lovey” pictures with another chick.”
Right On Target
This person commented, “He told me to meet him in the Target parking lot. He jumped in my car and said, “I found someone else, and I can’t be with a sick girl. It’s just too taxing. Hope you understand.” Then got out and walked away.”
An Awful Two Weeks
Finally, someone shared, “She waited until I returned from a family member’s funeral. She had stopped talking to me already, though. She hadn’t dumped me yet but ignored all my messages while I was gone. She also posted pics of herself on social media with other dudes. Did this for the entire 2 weeks I was gone. Then, the day before I graduated college, she dumped me.”
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