Falling out of love - what to do when you think it's over

 
Falling out of love - what to do when you think it's over
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Falling out of love - what to do when you think it's over

Falling out of love - what to do when you think it's over   

Falling out of love with someone has to be one of the hardest things for anyone to go through.

Any break-up is bad, but arguably when you are the one doing it, the guilt and pain can be so much worse.

Not only is it awful when you realize that the person that you've invested so much love into is no longer the person that you want to be with, but the feeling of uncertainty is enough to send anyone over the edge.

The likelihood is that at some point in your life you will feel what it means to be falling out of love with somebody you care about and that can be quite a daunting prospect.

But don't worry there are ways to cope and we've asked Relationship Consultant Kuldeep Brar to give her tips and advice for getting through it all.

She says: "It doesn’t matter who’s doing the breaking up, it’s always really painful when something you’ve put a lot of hope in comes to an end. The biggest advice is be compassionate to yourself."

So if you're in need of some clarity but don't know what to do, want to know how to save your relationship or just need some advice on how to break up then we've got all the reassurance you need.


Love & Sex Editor
2013/01/10
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