Sometimes things in life don’t turn out the way you planned. And once close to each other people are forced to disperse. How to do it in such a way that you are not painfully ashamed of either your words or deeds?

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[dropcap]1[/dropcap] Be frank. If you want to tell someone bad news, do not beat around the bush – speak directly, frankly. Yes, it’s hard. But it will be even worse if, in an attempt to soften the blow, you give the person false hope.

[dropcap]2[/dropcap] Don’t settle accounts. Explaining the reason for your departure, do not go into details that may hurt your counterpart. He’s having a hard time right now! Why cause him more pain? And of course,
refrain from accusations.
Remember: in a failed relationship, two people are always to blame.
[dropcap]3[/dropcap] Give credit to the good. Even if your relationship has been more bad than good lately, don’t discount your past together. It must have been a lot of happy days! If possible, tell your counterpart that you are grateful to him for this. Just do not indulge in memories – this will only complicate the separation.

[dropcap]4[/dropcap] Get over the pain. You’ve drawn the line. But this does not mean that your entire previous life has immediately sunk into oblivion! Do not deny the past, but accept it. Only then can you free yourself for the future.