Being dumped can be terrible. Dumping someone can be terrible. While neither party is happy during the dumping, in the long run both may be happier. Well there is an awesome website “So You’ve Been Dumped”
It covers all the important bases of dumping, like what books to read or music to listen to. It has humor and advice. It has good break lines (some good in the true sense, but mostly good in the funny sense). For example, the site suggests Billie Holiday’s –“Good Morning Heartache ” as a post break up song. I would like to share my suggestion, Ani Difranco’s “untouchable face”. One of the books it suggests is Exorcising Your Ex – Elizabeth Kuster . My suggestion is It’s Called a Breakup Because It’s Broken – Greg and Amiira Behrendt.
Harsh Break Up Lines:
“Dating you is killing who I am.”
“I have lost all romantic feelings for you completely, and I desire no future relationship with you.”
“She’s exactly like you used to be – before you became a bitch.”
“I think you love me more than I love you.”
“The longer we are together, the less serious I am about you.”
“I don’t think you have it in you to be a good mother. When I thought about marrying you, I only thought about whether you’d make a good wife…I didn’t think about whether you’d make a good mother too.”
“Really, it’s not you, I’m just going through a selfish phase…”
“I think we have three choices: 1) stay together, 2) take a break, or 3) break up entirely, and I want 2 or 3.”
Nicole’s Top Five Tips for Breaking Up
1. Tell your mutual friends what you are thinking, make them swear to secrecy, and then give it a little time, at least one of them will give him/her a heads up. Maybe they will dump you first, or at least they won’t look like a deer in the headlights.
2. DO NOT START DATING ANYONE ELSE until it is completely over, if you have already started dating someone else then LIE
3. Cry before they do.
4. If you do it close to a holiday, you are a jerk and yes you still have to get a present.
5. His/Her friends, relatives, and coworkers are off limits for a time period equal to or greater than the duration of your relationship (exception-when your ex gets engaged/married)