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Woman’s Day – How to Breakup with Anyone

Published: July 24, 2010 | Last Updated: April 2, 2016 By | Reply Continue Reading

July 23, 2010


Perhaps you don’t need to break up formally; often, letting a friendship that no longer feels close drift naturally into an outer orbit in your life works on its own, says Irene Levine, PhD, author of Best Friends Forever: Surviving a Breakup with Your Best Friend. But if the friend in question is toxic-the friendship’s become one-sided and draining-you have to make a break, says Barreca. "Don’t lie and say, ‘I’m too busy,’ because it’ll haunt you later." Be honest: "This friendship is just too hard for me right now. I wish you the best of luck with your problems, but I can’t see you or talk to you so often anymore."


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