Splitting up from your Asian girlfriend isn’t going to be easy.
After all, you’ve probably shared lots of wonderful times together and have some great memories. And no matter how hard you’ve tried to suppress your feelings, there’s just something inside telling you that it’s time to move on and call an end to the relationship.
But splitting up from your Asian girlfriend isn’t a decision you should take lightly. We would recommend talking to your friends and family before doing anything rash. And at the very least, ask yourself the four following questions so you can truly understand how you feel about your Asian girlfriend.
What are the reasons why I don’t want the relationship to continue?
The first thing you need to do is to justify to yourself why you don’t want the relationship to continue. Maybe you’ve realised that you’re just not compatible, or perhaps you want to live separate lives and enjoy different things. Whatever the reasons are, make sure you’re clear. You will then need to be clear and respectful to your Asian girlfriend when breaking things off.
Am I trying hard to make the relationship work?
If you’re feeling indifferent about your relationship, and believe that things could be going better, take a look in the mirror. Remember, it takes two people to make a relationship thrive, so you need to think about what you could be doing better to make things work. If you think of something you can do to spice things up, try it out for a couple of weeks and see if that changes anything. You might be surprised at how big a difference a small change can make in your relationship.
Have I spoken to my girlfriend about the issues we’re having?
Communication is key to any relationship. If you’re having doubts about your future together, it’s okay to speak to your girlfriend about them. You might find that she’s also having doubts, and getting things out in the open will prove to be exactly what was needed. Equally, your conversation with your partner could result in you both calling time on the relationship at the same time, which makes the process of separating much easier to deal with.
Will I truly be happier without her?
Beware of ‘the grass is always greener’ thinking. What do we mean by that? Well, when you’re in a relationship, you might often daydream about being single and carefree. However, when you’re single, all you can think about is finding someone to settle down with in a relationship. To avoid falling into this trap, take the time to think if you will be truly happier without your girlfriend. It will require a lot of introspection, but sitting down and thinking about it will help you avoid making a rash decision.
Unfortunately, not every relationship is forever. If you feel like things have reached an end for you and your Asian girlfriend, be sure to ask yourself these four questions first to make sure you’re making the right decision for you.