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  • I do a lot for you, you just don't ever seem to notice!
  • Why do you always expect me to make sacrifices and you never do?
  • Intra-psychic Stage
  • One person becomes dissatisfied with the relationship. They go through a number of cognitive processes. Weigh up the pros and cons. Make reasons for unhappiness, blame it on partners shortcomings.
  • I'm beginning to feel dissatisfied with the relationship, I don't know if I can carry on..
  • Are there more positives or negatives for me when it comes to this relationship?
  • You're an idiot!
  • Dyadic Stage
  • The dissatisfaction felt by the partner is now shared with the other partner. A series of confrontations occur and issues are aired.
  • There is a lack of equity in this relationship and I don't feel valued.
  • Dyadic Stage
  • I guess this is it then.. See you around I guess.
  • I can't do this anymore. We're over.
  • Social Stage
  • It was all her fault. She made no effort.
  • Are you sure there is nothing that can be done to prevent this?
  • I didn't want to tell you, but she tried flirting with me.
  • Grave Dressing Stage
  • I know I'm to blame, but I won't admit it, I need to keep up my reputation.
  • She didn't treat me right, I may love her but it's time to move on. She was a horrible person anyway and was never nice to me.
  • Two outcomes can occur: 1. Determination to continue breaking up. 2. Renewed desire to repair the relationship.
  • The break up is now public and both parties seek support from friends. Gossip is traded and encouraged. The break up is now at a point of no return, driven by outside forces.
  • You put up with it for too long.
  • Individuals need to come to terms with the relationship being over and move on. Partners may create a story that enables them to hold onto their reputation. History is re-written to view the other persons character as negative to lessen feelings of loss.
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