A love relationship is that romance is the expressive and pleasurable feeling from an emotional attraction to another person associated with love. Every person in this world must have been in this form of relationship before or will be in it somehow in the future. A human life starts from the beginning of birth to the very end—death. Similarly, a relationship starts from two people falling in love to a point where a relationship comes to an end. A relationship can be forever, that is not very probable, if the two people have very clear expectation of each other before they start a relationship. Because a relationship is an interlude of human life, it is highly likely that it has an ending. In the article, “Teaching teens how to break up without violence?” it targets mainly at teens as its audiences to teach them how to end an relationship without involving violence because teens don’t usually have experience on breaking up well; nevertheless, it may also applies to everyone as well because breaking up is a situation that many people face.
Ending a relationship is not very exciting circumstance. Instead, it is very serious.
If it is not handled properly, it may lead to problems like depression, low self-esteem, falling academic grades, and even unwanted pregnancies or at the most extreme—death.
Some people are very emotional. When they got dumped, they could literally do anything. For example, they could hurt themselves by punching a locker or a wall as mention in the article, or they could hurt others such as person who dumped them or just random people on the street as a way to vent their unhappy feeling.
The worst ways to end a relationship is by changing the status, sending text messages, and changing status on society networking such as Facebook. These ways to end a relationship would only lead to the problems that are described above. If you've lost that loving feeling, be courteous and tell her face-to-face. Phone calls and e-mail are fine for small...