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Morning breakups can be difficult to get through. Especially when you’re dealing with a difficult ex-lover who also happens to be your best friend. Luckily, there are ways to go about getting over your ex without resorting to violence or extreme measures. Below we’ll discuss various methods of getting back with long-suffering friends and family members, as well as some non-violent solutions that could save time and make things easier on all parties involved.

Plan Your Breakup Around The Night Before

If things aren’t getting any better at 5 a.m., you may want to call it a day. But while you wait, here are a few ways to plan your best break-up strategy around the night before. If you’re taking a early morning walk or taking a walk on the beach, you’re less likely to end up fighting or striking back at your partner. If anything, you’re more likely to be surprised by how much fun you have with your partner while on your walk.

Assign Your Ex What’s On Your To-Do List

When things are going well for you two, you can start creating a to-do list. It might include what you’re going to do that day, who you’re going to hang out with that day, what activities you’re going to indulge in that day, and what meals you’re going toFOOD. Leave everything else out, and then cross off the items from your to-do list.

Take A Walk

On the surface, walking seems like a good idea. You can walk your partner and yourself to sleep, pass gas and eat lunch while having some alone time. Plus, walking lets you avoid having to look after your partner while he’s out, and you can get some exercise without having to get up early to run in the direction of work.

Explain That It’s Over

When things don’t go as planned and you break up with your partner, it’s normal to feel a little bitter and heartbroken. But remember, this is your friend. Your partner is your best friend. Always make sure you’re saying “Great, thanks for being such a great friend” before you go through with your break-up.

Bury The Phone Call

This one’s for the non-alcoholics: extermination of all traces of your relationship is a key step towards ending a relationship. Sometimes, the only solution is to get rid of the phone call. But other times, you may have to convince a family member or close friend to do the job. If you have to get rid of the phone call yourself, hire a professional and record the conversation.

Walk Out On A Date

Walk-out dates are an awesome way to clear your mind and clear your heart. You and your partner can have some alone time, go for a walk, eat lunch, and decompress from the day. You can also talk to your partner about what happened, or what you need to do next. This option is great if you’re feeling like you need to speak with your partner about something that happened in the relationship.

Surprise The Ex With A Surprise Party

This one is for the true believers: a surprise party. You two can have an amazing time, eat food you haven’t seen in a while, and decompress from the day. You can also plan out what to do for your surprise party, including who to invite, what to wear, and how to top it off.

Plan An Outing For The Both Of You

This one’s for the couple who never say “no” to each other. You two can have an amazing time at each other’s homes, or you can take a real trip to another country together. Whatever your plan, make it a point to let your partner know you’re going to plan an outing for the both of you.

Conclusion

As much as it would have been nice to have a really interesting relationship with a long-suffering friend, things just didn’t work out between you two. Now it’s your turn to get through this relationship breakdown slowly, and with care. You’ve been through some tough times with a long-suffering friend, and you need to take care of your own. Here are a few ways to go about this. First things first, understand that you and your partner aren’t getting back together overnight. So unless you want to put the entire relationship on hold, you need to work on getting through this together. You also need to remember that this break-up is going to be hard on you, too. So instead of jumping into everything immediately, try to slow down, take care of yourself, and figure out what next.

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