Julie Morley

MNCS Accred, Hyp.dip, dip.psysextherapy, Adv.dip.CP

Personal Psychotherapist

Market Deeping / Deeping St James, Peterborough UK 

Tel: 07902 583 487      Email: [email protected]

Reasons for wanting to end a relationship

(Even if you dont ACTUALLY want to end a relationship)

  • —I'm not enjoying our relationship any more and I don't really want to continue being in it.

  • —I don't think that we're a good fit.

  • —The thrill and intensity of the initial infatuation has faded and now it's not as much fun as it used to be.
  • —I think you're are a nice person, but I'm holding out for someone with whom there will be no fading effect and things will be easy, fun, and hot with us all the time.
  • —I'm beginning to notice that we have "issues" and I don't like where this is going.
  • —I want to get out before it gets too difficult to leave.
  • —I'm thinking that you have longer range plans for us than I do.
  • —I'm feeling claustrophobic in our relationship and I don't know how to talk about it without making you upset.
  • —I'm having feelings that are uncomfortable and disturbing to me and I think that you're causing them.
  • —I don't want to hurt or anger you because then you might do the same to me so I'll try to say what I need to say in a way that won't make you feel bad.
  • —You don't make me feel the way you used to.
  • —I want to slow/cool/wind down our relationship.
  • —I just want out.