1stBreakup.com deals with the experience incurred when two people ends a
relationship, typically a romantic relationship.
Whether you are 16, 36 or 76, a breakup is an emotional event and most
often never happens easily or smoothly. In many cases a breakup can be a
very traumatic occurrence.
The reasons behind a breakup are numerous, including an array of
conflicts such as attraction to another person, conduct of either a
physical or spoken nature, lifestyle, personality, social differences
and dozens more,
If both parties in a relationship agree upon dissolving a relationship,
this is referred to as a breakup. However, if one party determines to
dissolve the relationship without the knowledge of the other party, this
is referred to as dumping.
Without getting into a long psychological explanation of reasons
and directions a breakup takes, we are going to deal more with
the daily expectations, results and events that surround a
The major categories this web site will deal with are the
1. How to avoid a Breakup tragedy
2. The Breakup, how to safe guard yourself
3. Preparing for the Breakup
4. Executing the Breakup
5. Learning from a Breakup