it just isn't working out
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Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) August 20, 2009
Lisa Wright, an expert in relationships, provides tips to help prevent break ups, divorce and rejection.
Men and women end relationships for different reasons, which can make it hard to get into the mind of the opposite sex. Even if one partner told the significant other the reason they were leaving, most people usually feel like they are leaving something out. For example, if the significant other left the relationship and gave the excuse that "it just isn't working out," the other partner needs to figure out what they really mean so that they can try to fix whatever the problem is. Of course, not all breakups are for clear, cut and dry reasons, but some are. For example, if one partner cheats, that's an obvious reason to break up. However, in most cases if one partner cheats on the other then there were probably other problems brewing that eventually caused the cheating to take place.
Basically, if they don't know for certain the exact reason that the relationship failed, then they need to first understand more about what goes on inside the heads of men and women; the reason for men to end relationships, the reason for women to end relationships and the Common Relationship Enders.
For more information about common relationship Enders, and how to keep a relationship alive and kicking visit http://www.life-improving-library.com/making-up/
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