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Dying to Break Up

"I'm Dying to Break Up"

This week's confession comes from our anonymous Confession Booth group in the TrèsSugar Community. Weigh in with your advice below.

I want to break up with my boyfriend. But I'm trying to wait until after our vacation. We've had it planned for so long, and I think it just might turn things around. But it could be a recipe for disaster. I'm just tired of his mood swings. 

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sahieszhya sahieszhya 3 years
If you're contemplating whether or not to break up. It's probably because you're not sure. I don't think the problem is whether or not to break up, that's your personal uncertainty. I think you should sit him down, and have a discussion - not an arguement, but a discussion and let him know what is going on, and how it's affecting both of you. If you both come to the same conclusion, you'll feel much better and you won't feel the guilt of a heartbreak or ruin your holidays. Think about it. Most women jump straight into this break up situation - i for one being one of them - and they feel good at first but then .. gradually we begin to wonder and become curious about how they're doing WITHOUT us. Its better to keep it straightforward and simple, sit him down and discuss it with him, if you feel confident in your decision you'll know its right.
sweetpuppylove12 sweetpuppylove12 3 years
you aren't alone, i'm sure there are many people out there that feel the same, i know i do, i've been with my bf for 8 years now and i am contemplating living him too. we've been through so much and now its like we aren't even in a romantic relationship anymore, we're more like friends. one thing i learned is there is no such thing as the "best time" to break up, if you do it now you'll end up having to go on vacation with friend/family member, if you go on vacation with him you'll regret it b/c all you'll be thinking about is how miserable you are having w/him being there, so you have to step back and assess the situation you are in now, is it worth the money and energy to go on vacation with someone you dont want to be with?? if it was me i'd go on my own or take a friend. which ever decision you make you'll have to deal with the repercussions, no one can tell you what the best answer is, only facts can be presented. Good luck on your journey and hope you enjoy your vacation.
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