What is the best way for a 14-year-old boy to break up with his girlfriend?

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March 16, 2010 6:18PM




Be sure she knows this isn't because you just want to be with

someone else, and that its not her fault...If she thinks that your

blaming you two's break-up on her she will most likely become very

angry and defensive, thus more likely to:




a) gossip and lie b) become more hurt than needed [and feel

unjustly judged]...

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"13_year_old_girl_:)" id="13_year_old_girl_:)">13 year old girl


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Both of you are on the young side and I am glad to hear that you

want to break-up at this point. Both of you have a lot of dating

ahead of you so please don't rush into things.

The best policy to break-off with someone is honesty. Whatever

your reasons are just tell this young girl and hopefully she will

understand. If not, then you still will have to walk away from this

relationship and she will get over it in time. Be kind, say you

want to remain friends, but if she doesn't want to remain friends

with you don't take it personally as she may get very hurt and


Don't split-up around other people. Either sit somewhere quiet

and give her your reasons for splitting up or go for a walk. It's

an embarrassing situation for the girl (or boy) at times, and you

don't want to make things worse.

Remember, just be honest and speak from the heart.

Good Luck Marcy

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in the first place i dnt think a 14 year old boi or girl should be

dating...i mean y waste ur time datin someone you know your not

going to stay with?? jux the reason for dating someone is to get to

know the person so u can choose to stay with him or not...thats the

whole point...not even if youre in highschool i think you should be

dating...i mean when hav you ever heard a 14 and 13 year old gettin

married with their present bf or gf in ...what?...probably 7

years?! i dnt think so sry


Dude, coming from experience, just go up and tell her. But

don't act like a jerk while doing it.

The best way to do it, is just to tell her what's up and be

straight forward. if you lie, she'll find out so you best not do

it!! good luck

when you ar e 14 your relationship is not that serious trust me

i know but the thing is i am engagted and was engaged when i was 14

so i have no room to talk but to be honest just tell her how it is

sand say we have our whole future ahead of us and i dont want us to

be slowed down best of luck.

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