Sweety,I don't know if there is away to do that. I found that someone always gets hurt. You can try talking or do something that that other one doesn't like. So they will break up with you. The bad thing about that is that you might get hurt. Maybe the best thing is just tell them it's just not going to work. I hope this helps. If you want to talk I'm here.:)
I have been married 13 yrs. and I think we have grown apart. So I do know what you are going through. I am here if you want to talk. You are so very welcome.
I don't think there is anyway to remove someone from your life without someone being hurt. Unless you just don't love eachother at all, then it would probably not hurt.
Be honest but compassionate. Unfortunately they will still hurt but it's better than living a lie.
Sorry to say but when a relationship ends the other will always be hurt theres just no way round it i believe.
Asak him if he has found a new girlfriend yet
Speaking as someone who has been dumped (many moons ago): <br />
Be honest, direct, be specific and be non-punishing. It's still gonna hurt, but not as much as it would if you lied or played stupid games to **** them off.
Other than make them want to end it, I doubt there is one.
Be open and honest. Hurts less in the long run.
tell them the relationship isnt good for you.
Just be honest, either way someone will get hurt<br />
and please avoid all cliches, ex, it's not you its me
Seriously though, just get it over with, tell them the absolute truth, the real reason you don't want them any more, whatever they did wrong or maybe the new person you prefer. You could be a stone cold legend if you let them know where they went wrong, they may not thank you for it straight away but they will learn from it and hopefully be able to hold down a relationship successfully next time.<br />
There's no easy way, but they'll respect and appreciate you for being honest and brave
We had a good time but i dont love you.
Wish them good days then leave silently