Love is a good feeling that everyone wants to experience forever; unfortunately, bitter breakups happen. It is one of the most hurting moments, and these are things you should never say during a break-up to your departing partner.
Will you be fine?
It sounds arrogant to ask people if they will be okay after breaking up because it looks like a statement that questions the ability to go through the crisis. The best thing is to promise “you can always contact me if you require my help.”
I am sorry you are hurt:
You might not be hurting after dumping someone but do not say “sorry you are upset” to the other person because it confirms you feel nothing. Your former partner feels to be the only loser.
We can remain as friends?
The dumper should not request to stay friends with the dumped person. It creates an impression that there is no closure and the dumper wants to keep enjoying the good qualities of the other party. The best thing is waiting to see if the person wants to initiate friendship after emotional healing.
Can I book a London escort to help get over the situation?
Although this would be a great idea and you can book London escorts from £150, this may not go down down to well with the other half and the last thing she probably wants to know is that you are spending time with someone else.
If you are thinking about doing this then it is probably better for use both to keep it discreet.
You will find a better partner:
A recipient of break up announcement is in shock about being single, and it is not in mind to find a new partner immediately. Other friends can mention this consolation statement but not from the dumper as it shows that the person has already moved on and only failed to say it earlier.
I wish you good luck:
Good luck is the opposite of we can still be friends mentioned above because it is ending the affair without a warning sign; it makes the dumped person feel like trash.
A softer way is to say you are ready to talk or help on something that you were working on together, but outside love such as identifying the best place to advance career or education. When you help a friend to go through a break up with his or her partner, do not say these things.
It was going to happen:
Do not mention about foreseeing a break-up even if you did because your friend will be unhappy that there was no attempt to point out the flaws in the relationship.
I know what you feel:
Relationships and their end are not identical hence you may not know how other persons feel. Only say you imagine how it feels.
I did not even like that person:
You risk creating mistrust by expressing your dislike if there was no attempt to inform the dumped about the reason for your feeling.
Get over the break-up soon:
People react differently to the situation. It does not help to sound like you are putting a timeline to end the ‘mourning’ and that you know better what the person should do. The best thing is to be there for your friend, listen, and support their approach.
Do not talk to that person ever:
Some people dread to hear that they will not communicate with their dumpers because they are still in denial. Leave the person to decide on friendship status gradually after the initial shock.
The discussion after a break up should not try to rationalise the matter in a manner that might make a person who got dumped feel guilty. Let the person recover and decide if it is necessary to find the reasons.