There is nothing original about the breakup talk. The reality is that there are only a certain number of phrases we use to move out of a relationship, if we have the balls to say anything at all. Never calling back or doing a disappearing act is always an option. But when the talks begin, you can almost guarantee that one or more of the following phases will be the theme of the conversion.
"I love you, but I'm not in love with you."
"It's not you, it's me."
"I need space."
"I don't want a girlfriend (or boyfriend, wife, husband -- just fill in the blank)."
"I can't do this."
"I want more."
"I can't give you what you need."
"I don't want to hurt you . . . anymore."
"I'm not ready . . ."
“You deserve better.”
"I got issues . . ."
"There is no us."
"I'm still hung-up on someone else."
"I thought we were just having fun."
It's always the same and we've all heard it before. So breaking up is not hard to do, it's easy . . . just use these phrases and whoever your talking to will know. But wouldn't it be great if someone came up with a more original way to breakup? That is my challenge to you. Next time you need to end a relationship, find an original way to say it.