And nine times out of ten, what they’re asking for is permission to break up with their significant other…
Like many nerdy people, my hobbies don’t bring me in to social circles which contain a lot of women, so, dating has always been an uphill battle.
Repeated rejection really wore down my sense of self-worth, and had me totally convinced that I was totally undateable.
Sure, every once in a while you’ll run into a thundering assbeast who casts people aside like used Kleenex, but However necessary the break up may be, years of experience and pop culture have taught us that the person doing the dumping is the bad guy.
They’re the ones who aren’t invested enough, who break promises, who don’t care enough to make it work or aren’t strong enough to make it through the rough patches.
The good news is that once you recognize these stalling tactics for what they are, you can learn to overcome them.
Here are some of the ways you make it so much harder to break up with someone… I’ll try to keep this concise, but I doubt it will wind up that way.It may be something as significant as a lifestyle change or it may be something shallow as weight gain or age or other physical changes – but it’s Staying in a relationship in order to avoid admitting that you’re not attracted to somebody doesn’t make you a better person, it just prolongs your misery and increases your partner’s when they realize that you’ve been waiting for the end of time to hurry up and arrive.Similarly, trying to push past deal-breakers or changes in the relationship don’t make you stronger, they make you .Pride doesn’t help in times like this, it only hurts.The thing is, just sticking around doesn’t mean you’re a better person.Even now, it’s a fairly open and shut case: he needs to break up with his girlfriend already.