Home » Articles » How to Break Up Over the Phone

How to Break Up Over the Phone

Posted on :2013-03-05 in

Breaking up can be quite difficult and if you are getting nervous about breaking up with someone face to face then you might consider calling up to convey your decision to part ways.

Encountering the person with whom you have once shared a very loving relationship may seem painful, especially if the recent phase of your relationship has been abusive or miserable. In such a case, breaking up by over the phone might be a feasible solution to come out of the relationship.

Learn about the simple tips that will help you to convey your decision to quite your relationship over the phone.

Do not waste time in calling after you have decided

Once you have finalized your decision to end the relationship and to convey it through phone, do not waste ant more time. Conjure up the courage to make the call rather than waiting for the other person to call. It is not a wise idea to convey your decision to break up from your lover if he has made the call to you. It might be more painful and hurting for the person at the other end to hear the news of the breakup from you when he has made the call with the hope of sorting out things. Therefore, make the call without any delay.
 

How to Break Up Over the Phone

Call up at the right time

When you are calling up a person to convey your decision to break up from him/her, make sure that it is a convenient time to call. It will be difficult to speak out your decision when the other person is moving around, not at home or in some important work. Make the call when you are sure that your partner will have privacy to accept and react to the breakup in an appropriate manner. After you have made a call for breaking up and you learn that they are not in a private place then ask for the right time to call them up and try later.

Have the right tone when conveying the news

Be careful about the voice tone you adopt to give out the news of break up to your lover. Do not sound too rude and neither let nervousness come in when you talk about breaking up over the phone. Understand that the tone of the voice you use for conveying the news will affect his feelings negatively. It is fine to have a sense of urgency in your voice but do not ramble when talking about the decision to end the relationship.

Stay Calm and Composed

Breaking up over the phone might provoke strong reactions from the other end. You may have to face a barrage of questions or have to come to terms with strong emotions like crying, howling and even arguments, begging and so on. However, you need to stay calm over the phone and restraint from saying anything overtly negative or hurtful. Be gracious but have a little firmness in voice when you convey your decision to break up to discourage any negotiations. Be prepared to face the worst reactions if the other person was not expecting the news of breakup from you.
 

How to Spend Some Quality Time With Each Other
How to Spend Some Quality Time With Each Other
How to Feel Confident About Being Intimate Again
How to Feel Confident About Being Intimate Again
10 Signs She Just Wants to Be Friends
10 Signs She Just Wants to Be Friends
How to be a Good Girlfriend
How to be a Good Girlfriend
How to Get Rid of an Obsessive Ex Girlfriend
How to Get Rid of an Obsessive Ex Girlfriend
How to Appear Confident to Women
How to Appear Confident to Women
How to Break Up through Email
How to Break Up through Email
How to Be the Friend You Wish You Had
How to Be the Friend You Wish You Had
Plan a Romantic Evening on a Budget from Mydearvalentine
Plan a Romantic Evening on a Budget from Mydearvalentine
COMMENTS