Image source:i Stock Controversial opinion, I know, but I'm a pretty ardent supporter of executing a breakup vis-à-vis text message--under the right circumstances, of course.
If it's a very, very casual thing, a simple text is really all that you need to do.
You know, the kind of email no one should have to be forced to read unless they’ve at least enjoyed some perks of an actual relationship.
If they don’t, you’re in luck: A mutual fade-out is the best possible outcome, the holy grail of doomed casual dating.
One of the trickiest aspects of dating is how do you end it with someone you’ve only gone out with once or twice.
A recent question posed on Quora echoes these concerns: when it comes to casual dating, is silence better than rejection? When you just….stop…calling (or texting) — and basically disappear off the face of the earth.
It's a great way to avoid having an awkward discussion IRL while still, you know, letting your person know that you don't want to not-date them anymore.
Image source:i Stock This is true for any breakup, probably, but especially so for a not-dating situation.