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The 6 Step Relationship Breakup Fix

 thereDespite what Hollywood movies want you to believe, relationships are not fairytales. They can be fraught with issues, and breaking up with someone is never easy.

Every relationship will have its own set of problems. You can't take anything for granted or expect things to be flawless always. A healthy relationship is dynamic and ever-evolving. However, this does not rule out the possibility of a solution. There are ways to make it easier, starting with changing your perspective. With that in mind, here are six steps to avoid a breakup.

1. Take Time Out

The best thing is to take a break from the relationship. Your current emotions are too intense, and your partner's feelings are hardly receptive. Subsequently, if you try too soon to plead your case for getting back together, you risk pushing the person away. A break will give you both a chance to see what you need from one another. It will also give you a chance to see if this relationship has staying power or not. You both need some time apart to reset. 

2. Think it Through

While apart, use this time to reflect upon the reasons that led to the breakup. Consider what went wrong in your relationship. What things led to the breakup? Were there triggers? Was it a series of unresolved arguments, infidelity, or everyday stressors that snowballed over time? In retrospect, could you have done anything to avoid it? Figure out the source of the issues that brought about the separation.

It could be anything from unresolved conflicts to social media drama. Avoid dwelling too much on past mistakes or casting blame; instead, focus on understanding the root causes of the issues. Try not to focus on past mistakes too much — this will only make you feel more bitter towards them than before; instead, focus on understanding the root causes of the issues. That's why taking the time to introspect and understand what went wrong is important.

3. Make a Plan

You may be able to get by without a plan, but you will find that having one makes things that much easier. Armed with insights and possible solutions, the next step is to create a plan of action. Your plan could involve improving your communication style, expressing your emotions more openly, or setting aside dedicated 'couple time' each week.

The key is ensuring your plan addresses the issues that led to the breakup. This will help you find what you need to do to evolve your relationship and get it out of the rut that's in. It might include meeting your partner halfway or talking things out. Now that you have had time to figure things out, it's time to get back together with your partner.

4. Talk it Out

Hooray! You've made it this far, and now it's time to take a big step: getting back in touch to talk things out — without any anger or blame involved! Initiate contact in a non-threatening, casual manner, perhaps over coffee. Use this conversation as an opportunity to share your insights and proposed solutions. 

Your initial contact should be low-key because you don't want to risk scaring them off. Moreover, you want the first contact to set up a time and place where the two of you can talk face-to-face. Once you start talking, be friendly, respectful, open, and blame-free. Furthermore, remember to share what you have realized and take things slowly.

5. Find a Solution

Having identified the underlying problems, start contemplating potential solutions. This phase might involve a deep personal assessment. Reflect on ways you can evolve to be a better partner. Consider habits you might need to change or emotional skills you might need to develop, like improving communication, expressing empathy, or managing anger.

Now that you have a handle on the problems, you can start to come up with possible solutions. Although you aren't talking to your ex, you must do this yourself. Start by evaluating yourself. Determine how to change or improve yourself to make them want you again. Some possible solutions may be to:

  • Every day, make time for each other
  • Allow your partner to speak or be there for them.
  • Try to be more open-minded and not overreact all of the time.
  • To deepen your connection, use your partner's love language.
  • Show your appreciation for your partner's efforts.

6. Work it Out

You may feel like there is no hope for your relationship. If your ex is open to giving the relationship another shot, be prepared to work together to overcome the past hurdles. It could take a while, but mending a broken relationship is worth the wait for better things ahead.

Understand that healing and rebuilding trust takes time and patience. Engage in open dialogues, listen actively to your partner's concerns, and demonstrate your commitment to making the relationship work through actions. You both need to work on the hurdles you experienced that led to the breakup.



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Final Thoughts

Navigating through a breakup can feel like being lost at sea. But it's possible to mend the broken ties with time, patience, and commitment. Subscribe to our channel for more insightful content on relationship healing and personal growth. Remember, every relationship has storms, but weathering them together can strengthen the bond. These tips for fixing a broken relationship will get you off to a good start, but you need to do them. Sure, it takes some effort, but it's an effort that will eventually make you happy.

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