When relationships end:
When relationships break down and two people decide to go their separate ways, there are many variables that can make that process more or less challenging. One such variable is the mental stability, or instability of the person who feels left behind. It is rare for both people to agree that the breakup is necessary or warranted, and generally the one who feels broken up with experiences more emotional challenges as a result. How that person chooses, or is able to handle those challenges greatly influences the mental wellness of both parties moving forward. Mutual consent is not necessary for a relationship to end, but it sure does make things run more smoothly. Respect your partner’s right to move on without you. Remember there is a big difference between fighting for your relationship and trying to ruin the life of the person you feel has left you behind.