I've been in situations where a person has stopped talking to me out of the blue or actually tries to make me hate them or wean me off so to speak. So, to me, breaking up over the phone isn't bad. It really could be much worse. I respect a person who can tell me verbally and allow for closure whether it's on the phone or in person. I personally might even prefer it since it's easier to hide my emotions. To me, if anything, doing it over the phone is roughly equivalent to doing it in person. I cannot understand why people get so offended over it. It never really bothered me. I'm usually grateful for it. And then, if one or both if you wants to meet up later to talk you can do that. *shrugs* Is it just me?
I mean I can understand if you've been together for a couple of years or if you live relatively close to the person.. but yeah.
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I think breaking up over the phone is quite childish. It doesn't give you any closure at all. I prefer to break up with someone face to face, just so I can give them closure and say what I need to say. I would never break up with someone over the phone or through a text. I think breaking up over the phone is a crucial thing to do.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE