Be prepared to say exactly what he/she is doing to you and how it makes you feel.
You might even want to take a friend with you when you talk to him/her.
I have to stay with him but I can’t because it hurts me too much seeing him like this.
I asked him to stop drinking and he said he would, but he hasn’t, and I’m afraid that if he keeps doing this it’s going to get to where he might hurt me.
Kalya says it’s been three months since she left her boyfriend and he continues to provoke her.
Her advice is priceless: When it’s time to let go, do it, there can be no comparing or second guessing, it just has to be done, especially if you are unhappy and worry all the time. By communicating firmly and directly, you are acting like an adult.
When they don’t get the message your relationship is over, you will have to clarify again exactly how you feel.
Try not to approach this difficult issue when you’re frustrated or angry. It is important to establish boundaries for yourself.
This is the time to be firm, because you really want them to get the message.Here was a person who could meet your needs the way you have always wanted. You are justified in your anger, yet anger is a way to stay connected to someone, albeit not a positive way. And it is more difficult still when you occasionally interact with the wonderful, caring side of him.If you keep wanting to call up your ex, or show and tell him how much of a mistake he made, you are holding on with anger. Walking away from or losing such a relationship can be the hardest thing you will ever do.Most people have had a relationship in their past that is very hard to let go of. This is the one that felt as if it was meant to be.This is the one that felt like true love, yet would just not work.I figure there are at least two different reasons why an ex won’t let go.