We've all been there: You meet someone online , via Tinder, or approach a dude at a bar. Digital diarrhea of the mouth via text ensues for days, maybe even a week until seeing him again on your offish first date. He's texting you just to say, "good night;" lavishing you with compliments. Everything's kind of amazing! You realize you want absolutely nothing, zero, zip, to do with him. There's only one problem: He wants to keep seeing you.
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Regardless of how close a couple feels or how in love they are, a relationship between a man and a woman consists of two individuals who have decided to be together. When a woman feels as though her boyfriend is taking her for granted, she will often become open to flirting with other guys so she can feel wanted, loved, appreciated and attractive once again. Initially, she might not have any intentions of cheating on her man, but if she opens herself up like that, it is possible that she could meet another guy who makes her feel excited to be in love and wants to spend loads of time with her. Generally speaking, men are expected to stick by their word no matter what because we are expected to make decisions based on logic, reasoning and emotional rationality.
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Past generations had no choice but to end their relationship face to face or possibly over the phone. But in the days of texting, social media DMs, and dating apps, what's the best way to break up? Is it OK to end things via text, or is that really a no-no? According to experts, face-to-face is still the best way to break things off with your partner in most situations. Thank them for the time you spent together, be clear that you are ending the romantic relationship, and wish them well if you genuinely mean it.
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