The holiday season is among us! Thanksgiving has just passed and Christmas, X-mas, Kwanzaa, and New Years is just around the corner. It’s that time of year to be thankful for all your blessings and maybe dump your partner. Like Ariana Grande says, “Thank you, next.” According Hephzibah Asaolu, Coffee Meets Bagel guest blogger, it was determined that 2 weeks before Christmas and Christmas Day are 2 of the 7 most popular times that relationships end (7 Popular Times of the Year Relationships Break Up). So let’s talk about holiday breakups during this awesome time of year.
Holiday Breakup: Is This The Best Time For Couples To Breakup? Outline
- Have any of you ended a relationship during the holiday season? Or have someone end a relationship?
- Is breaking up during the holidays much harder than if it occurring any other time of the year?
- According to Marie Claire, this is why some men break relationships during the holiday:
- He’s been putting it off.
- Doesn’t want you to meet his parents.
- To avoid meeting friends or coworkers.
- One less gift to buy.
- A New Year with a new girl.
- Suggested ways to survive a breakup during the holiday season
- Stay in public as much as you can.
- Get support from friends & family.
- Continue your holiday traditions.
- Make yourself top priority.
- Stand underneath the mistletoe.
- Hypothetical scenario: If you do break up during the holidays, do you still give him or her their present? Why or why not?
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