As ANOTHER murder happened, because of a bad breakup! Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
The professor of Crime Prevention Graduate Studies, Cheng of Zhongzhen University told, that online relationships gives the individual that sense of false familiarity, that you would still need to physically date to know the person better, that when breaking up, don’t cope with it alone. The psychiatrist, Lee gave the six signs of “horrid lovers”, and by first being aware of all six traits, you can avoid falling into the wrong love.
Cheng said, that the foundations of online connections are based off of chats, exchanging of photographs, there are almost NO opportunities to get to know the other person from a face-to-face contact, and it would form that false sense of familiarity. Surely, online chats may be convenient, but with the limitations too, people are easily trapped by the false beliefs, the imaginations, take everything that someone says as truths. And, when sex, love is in the contents of these online exchanges, then, it would be even easier to fall in, the younger generations all wanted a good love, with the needs of sex too but, you need to be fully aware, that the online exchanges simply just can’t, replace the face-to-face contact of dating each other.
He said, you can share your conversations with someone online with friends you have physically, as you are taking that step forward, your friends might offer you sound advice, or means to, protect yourself. Do NOT go on your own to meet up to break up with someone, the statures of the females aren’t as big as the males, and normally, the females have the underhand, know to protect yourselves, to NOT go to an unknown location, that’s unfamiliar to talk. In the process of breaking up, do avoid the use of emotional language, to avoid causing the other individual to get too worked up.
The psychotherapist, Lee advises, that before you start dating someone, be friends with the individual first, to observe her/him more, to know the person’s personality traits, and when meeting up, do watch for your own personal safety, if you get stuck in a dangerous situation, call for help immediately. To be skillful in breaking up with the horrid lovers, to NOT confront, take more time, slowly, distance from the person by the day, to not incite anger, to risk being, attacked; if the person caused an impact on your daily lives, do see a therapist to help you sort through your, emotions.
So, these are the what-not-to-do when breaking up with someone, and how to stay safe, because, as these online relationships become more prevalent, there are easier chances that we may, come into contact with a psycho, and yet, those PSYCHOS don’t have that sign on their backs, or tattoo across their foreheads, telling us, that that was, what they are, and these are, important tips, to have in mind, the advices of these, psychotherapists too.
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