You’ve been dating someone for a few times. You’ve both shared about yourselves and know quite a bit about each other. And then you determine that this person is not for you, and you want to end the relationship. Remember, this is a vulnerable time for both of you. How you end the relationship should be done with dignity and respect – for both of your sakes.
Some people are fine dating. Everything generally goes great. They are confident, at ease, engaging, open – until the point where the dating turns “serious.” As soon as they sense that they have crossed over into “commitment territory,” all kinds of strange things start happening.