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couples who break up and then get back together several times during their ill-fated relationship:

i’m not very fond of people like you.

i see this occurring way too often…

one week you’re in a relationship and everything is jelly beans and joy…

and then the following week it’s just brussels sprouts and bad news.

and it continues to be so during their marathon on-and-off courtship!

unless drama is the only thing that is striving in your relationship, this kind of behavior is highly disastrous and exceedingly unhealthy.

so, what gives?

what is the point in tirelessly trying over and over again?

for the most part, there is an obvious reason why two people break up…

something just doesn’t seem to be working and no matter how many times you attempt it, it simply isn’t in your destiny to continue being with one another.

but for a number of absurd rationales, some couples just cannot grasp this seemingly simple concept…

and this could ultimately lead to a heart-break beyond repair.

i don’t believe in “going back to an ex”…

i have never allowed this to become an option for me.

mostly because i am wise enough to realize that certain problems will not disappear merely because we want them to…

and as much as we hope and pray that we can work through them, if it wasn’t resolved during the time we were together, then the possibility of it being perfected if we were to give it another go, is pretty close to nonexistent.

of course letting go of someone is never going to be an easy feat, but the longer you procrastinate in doing so, the more difficult it will be to break this defective habit…

as The Stylistics so eloquently put it:

“Break up to make up, that’s all we do.
First you love me, then you hate me…
That’s a game for fools.”

fool me once, shame on you…

fool me twice?

well, that will never happen.

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