10 Ways to Prevent a Break Up

Written by Patricia Fason


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  • Set aside some time for justrepparttar two of you. If not once a week, then at least once a month. This should be quality, alone time, however you two choose to spend it. You might try arranging a specific day each week and take turns planning what you will do.
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  • This wonít keep you together but it is important to mention. Know when itís time to leave and makerepparttar 143162 break. Donít let anyone use you or abuse you. Most problems can be worked out if both people inrepparttar 143163 relationship make an effort to improve things. There are some exceptions. Itís time to leave ifrepparttar 143164 relationship becomes abusive. Do not hope things will get better because he/she says they will change. Leave! If at some future time they actually do change, you can consider getting back together then. Another deal breaker is infidelity. If your partner cheats on you, there is a good chance that even if you do stay together,repparttar 143165 trust that keeps a relationship alive will be gone. Iím not saying you canít survive it, but it will take a great deal of effort from both people and your partner will have to stop. Never give them more than one chance to do so or you will be setting yourself up for a very destructive emotional roller coaster. If your partner sees that itís possible to cheat and you will keep forgiving, why would they change?
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    Patricia Fason is a writer and poet whose main focus is relationships. She is listed as an ezine articles expert author, a buzzle author and has provided articles exclusively to websites and ezines. To see more of her work, visit her website dedicated to romance at Sites O Web Romances You.


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