first thing you must do to stop your breakup is communicate.
Communication is the key behind every human relationship and not only
with someone you are romantically involved with. If your husband or wife
doesn’t spend enough time with you on weekends, tell them. When you
avoid simple basic problems in a relationship, they usually spiral out
of control into bigger problems down the line and you won’t even
remember how both of you got there. Open honest communication is the
best way to successfully stop breakup.
Secondly, pinpoint the problem and fix
it. All relationships end in a breakup from a relationship catalyst—no
exceptions. For example your chemistry may have died, or maybe your
partner stopped being serious about your relationship or cheated on you.
It’s important to find a solution to this problem if you want to stop
your breakup and get back together. If your partner is being
insensitive, use tip one—communication to express your displeasure about
Lastly, it is important that you are
patient. Relationships take time and effort to work; don’t expect to fix
a relationship overnight. If you want to stop your breakup and make it
work long term be prepared to put sufficient time, effort and resources
into making it work. It may takes months of therapy for some couples who
have been married for years to fix deep seated problems.
Now that you know how to stop a break
up, use these tips immediately to work to mend your relationship, even
if it is on the verge of breaking up.