How To Stop A Breakup - The 5 Simple Steps To Saving Your Relationship
by George Karanastasis, M.D.

People break up every day. It’s a fact of life. But here’s another fact… in the majority of cases these relationships can be saved (and it’s much easier than you’d imagine). All that’s required is a strong desire to do so, a healthy dose of patience, and a plan that’s easy to follow and even easier to stick to. The purpose of this post is to give you a simple, yet highly effective 5-step strategy on how to stop your breakup so you can turn a fading relationship into a stronger, happier, and everlasting one.

The first of these five steps is to identify your faults in the relationship. In other words, what specific actions (or inactions) are you personally responsible for that drove it downhill? And while one person is never entirely to blame for causing a breakup, there are sure to be some things that you could hold yourself fully accountable for.

The second step is to create a plan of action to correct those faults immediately. Every second counts when you’re trying to stop a breakup because you never know when the “bomb is going to drop”. And it’s much easier to save a relationship than to start over altogether.

The third step is to take those faults and write them down on a piece of paper. Next, you should write a short description of how you’ll go about correcting them. Keep this brief and to the point and above all, maintain clarity (you’ll see why in the next step).

The fourth step is to take this paper that has now become a written plan and present it to your girlfriend (or wife). Make sure you do this in person. Find a time when she’s most receptive to hearing what you have to say and meet her to make your intentions known to her.

The fifth and final step is to act on your plan immediately… and stick to it! Again, every second counts when trying to avoid this breakup but from the moment you present your plan it counts that much more. Why? Because by presenting your “case” you’re making her a promise. And if you fail to follow through on this promise the breakup will be just around the corner.

Those are the five simple steps that form an overall strategy on how to stop a breakup. But don’t be fooled by their simplicity. Because when properly executed they form the foundation that holds all successful relationship together: a promise and the actions that follow through on that promise.


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