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Here's how I broke up with my high school boyfriend: I ignored his calls for about three weeks until he eventually texted me very bluntly, "Um, this isn't working, is it? So yeah, I know what it's like to break up with someone over the phonebut year-old me would probably do things a bit more considerately than year-old me did. For one, there was no need to break up with this guy over the phone. Sure, we attended different schools, but we only lived about 30 minutes away from each other and we hung out at most of the same places.
We had been dating for a few months and he was even my date to the prom, so no, he absolutely did not deserve this. Sometimes, breaking up over the phone or via text is just a cop out.
I admit it. I had no real reason for doing this other than the fact that I was a coward who hated confrontation. I still hate confrontation but now if I think about dumping someone over the phone when I could just as easily do it in person, I mostly think Honestly, it's selfish and rude and I regret ever having done it. She tells Elite Daily, "If you just started going out with someone, like fewer than five or six times, it is definitely OK to just call them to end it.
Breaking up with them in person might be a logistical nightmare. Think about it. You have to agree on a place to meet, get dressed, drive or take an Uber there, all to have a minute conversation about how you never want to see them again? Not worth it.
Because things between you two are still new, it's unlikely that they'll take this breakup to heart so it's fine to do it over the phone. Although this situation calls for a more casual breakup, Salkin says don't even think about ghosting this person.
I mean, it's the least you could do, right? As for a long-term relationship, Salkin says, simply, "A phone call will not suffice. Know that this is merely a technicality since you can definitely have a long-term relationship that is also long-distance. But alas, breaking up over the phone is probably the easiest way to end your long-distance relationship.
Salkin points out that while you might want to do this in person, it's cruel to put it off until the next time you see each other — or worse, to plan a trip under false pretenses so you can break up with them in person. Arie Luyendyk, Jr. By putting it off, you're lying to yourself and to your partner since you've already mentally checked out of the relationship.
If you really care about them, you would do the decent thing and end it sooner rather than later. In all other instances, suck it up and do it in person!
A helpful way to confront your fears about breaking up is to remind yourself that your unsatisfying relationship has to end before another, more fulfilling one can take shape. Don't worry. You can do this!
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There Are Only Two Times It's Ever OK To Dump Somebody Over The Phone