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Breaking Up is Hard to Do – So Why Not Make Up?

Remember the song by Neil Sedaka “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do”? If you don’t, I strongly suggest that you Google the song lyrics, as these words are very crucial to what I am about to discuss here regarding breaking up and making up. The key phrases in Neil Sedaka’s song which really put things in perspective are:
“They say that breaking up is hard to do
Now I know, I know that it’s true
Don’t say that this is the end
Instead of breaking up I wish that we were making up again”
(taken from “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do” by Neil Sedaka)

In many cases knowing what to say, how to say it and when to say it will mean all the difference in the world when you come the fork in the “relationship road”. One path choice may result in a broken heart accompanied by depression, pain, guilt, second guessing, and the old “what if” syndrome. Yet another path may result in joy, happiness, romance and perhaps a life-long relationship with that very special someone in your life.

Most people need help, but from where or whom? For most of us, life did not prepare us on how to deal with relationships in trouble. To my knowledge there are no school courses or programs on how to effectively make up, to avoid a break up! Well not until recently that is!

A recent publication on how to effectively communicate with your significant “other” to avoid the painful stress, pain and depression often associated with an impending break up has taken the Internet e-publication world by storm. No longer do you have to feel distraught, helpless or even frustrated with your inability to take affirmative action to save a failing relationship.

The only wrong course of action is to throw youf hands in the air, feel self pity, and do absolutely nothing. Conversely you could “get mad”, let your emotions rule the moment, and risk damaging your failing relationship beyond any hope of ever making up. Take charge of the situation! Whether you are 14 or 84, this publication will give you the necessary skills and support to effectively communication your feelings of love and attraction to your “special” person. So why risk a break up, if you truly want to make up?

If you are like most people, you are probably skeptical about how a book can really solve a failing relationship. Perhaps you have turned to your close friends or family for advice. While it is certainly helpful to have a support network for times of crisis, we both know how people’s emotions can often cloud good judgment or decision making. In many cases it takes a “view from the outside” that is not tainted with the emotional side of the situation to provide thoughtful suggestions, not reactionary ones. In such situations, the advice and supported provided by the publication under discussion may be the “best of the best” options available for you.

Remember that second chances do not always come around, so make sure that you take the correct steps to save your failing relationship the first time! Learn affirmative actions to save your struggling or failing relationship now, before it is too late!

barry tru is an educator with many years of experience working with and counseling both youths and adults on both personal and educational matters.
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