MarryAnn said on
You need to get out of the situation in order to be confident that separation is what you really want so ask first for a short-time separation to clear your mind. Maybe you are just bored with everyday life and you need a refreshment in your relationship :) You should share with your partner how you feel.
WRIGHT6 said on
The decision to break up with someone you’ve been with for a long time is hard news to deliver. Oftentimes, just bringing up the subject of breaking up will end up causing an argument or even a physical fight. If you’re concerned about your safety, you should be sure to enlist the help of a friend who can advocate for you and maintain safety when you tell your partner it’s over. You can also avoid conflict by not giving any reason why you want to break up so that there’s nothing to argue over. When one person in a relationship wants to break it off, it’s over.
PrettyMe said on
Congrats on your courage to end an exhausted relationship and give your partner and yourself the freedom to find love again. For this difficult conversation meet in public, park is a good option. Talk about your feelings only, don't offend or point his qualities you don't like. Be gentle but honest, just talk about yourself. And ask a friend to call you half an hour later as a gateaway option. Good luck!