If one is bored and tired of a relationship, he/she should be matured enough to own up and put an end to it, in order for the other person to move on with something better in life.
One shouldn’t start to put up some very annoying attitude all of a sudden until the other person gets fed up with the whole thing to ask for a break.
I don’t get why you cannot be mature, acting like you will get trophies for saying your ex was the one who asked to end the relationship.
If you are tired of the relationship, or you’ve met someone else whom you love better, be a bold man or woman, and end the relationship, no one s gong to chastise for that.
Ignoring calls, texts, making up excuses not to see your partner, and using your family as a weapon to frustrate them to the point where they finally say they need a break are all acts of childishness.
‘Space!’ That is all you want them to say. “I need some space, and I think we should take a break and figure out what is wrong with us…”
Your poor partner will be fighting for the relationship to survive without knowing you already let go months ago and you were only waiting for them to notice.
This was your goal all along; this was what you wanted to happen, you just didn’t want to be the one to end the relationship; you wanted your partner to do it, so you withdrew your love and commitment, and also frustrated all their efforts at making things work out between you two.
It’s an utmost immature acts if you’re still doing these; putting up some annoying attitudes so your partner could ask for some space and time off, because you want to be seen as the good part of the relationship and tell everyone that your partner was actually the one who left you, when deep down, your soul left the relationship before they could even figure out what was going on.
Your partner does not deserve to stay in the ring fighting to save the relationship while you already left months ago. Let them know you don’t feel anything anymore so they can move on to someone better just like you have done.