I want to break up with my boyfriend

A big question so many people have when dating is, when do I break it off? Is it when you’re bored of your partner? Or, when you found out some incriminating information about him or her? Is it simply when you’ve spotted someone else that you’ve had your eye on for some time, and you want to pursue him or her rather than who you’re with.
When should you finally be done?
A big indicator is to imagine how you’d feel without your sweetie by your side. Close your eyes and visualize that person out of your life for good. Did it make you sigh with relief, or did it make you feel sad or panicked?
Sure, most breakups can be heart wrenching. The two of you have probably had some cool experiences with each other, and for it to be actually done might hurt a bit.
But, sometimes it’s better to yank the breakup band aid off and just end it.
If you’re totally over it, but your partner isn’t, it isn’t really fair for you to linger on with him or her. Set them free too.
This can be easier said than done, especially when it comes to sex, or feeling wanted. If you feel like you want to break up with your partner but you are fearful that you will miss the sex, or the closeness, then maybe suggest to your significant other that even though your mind isn’t in it, your body still is and see what they have to say.
Maybe, as shocking as it sounds, they are on the same page as you. Or, maybe not, and they think you’re a total jerk for mentioning anything at all.
When it comes down to it, if you’re totally sick of what once was your sweetie, and if they’ve turned sour on you, it might be time to pull the plug.
If you really don’t know and you’re confused, this can be totally normal. Maybe you can imagine your life both with or without this person. Give yourself a little time and ask yourself what you want to do and go for that decision.

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