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Every relationship goes through hard days at some time or the other. Either there has been a little misunderstanding which gave rise to a greater conflict or a momentary mistake on someone’s part which caused the entire relationship to fall apart. Whatever might be the reason, one must try to give it a second chance. Instead of breaking up, you can still give it a thought and try to do something about it. Are you passing through a similar phase? Is your partner angry with you for some reason? Do not give up. Here are a few ideas to help you pacify things with him/her and resume the old love anew.
1. Take the help of a reliable mutual friend
Mutual friends can often make the relationship just as they can break the relationship. In case you have a mutual friend with your partner/friend whom you completely rely on, you can take her/his help in solving your problems. You can ask for ideas. You can ask him/her to arrange a meeting for both of you. You can discuss your problems and seek a helping hand. However, do remember that this is a vulnerable moment and that a wrong step can cause greater damage. Be careful about choosing the right person for help.
2. Meet face-to-face
There’s nothing better than a face-to-face encounter to sort out the difficulties. A phone conversation or an online chat might create more misunderstandings. Sometimes, you are unable to express the emotional state that way and you end up in communicating something far different from what you had wanted to convey. Meeting your friend/partner will help you to discuss your problems together. Also, don’t forget to add a sorry if you have realised that you have caused the damage. Never be ashamed to ask for a sorry.
3. Give it some time
At times, space becomes a necessity. You need to give proper space to your partner in a relationship. If your partner needs some time, give it to her/him. Without space, the relation becomes suffocating. As a result, the urge to come out of it increases. Instead of doing something about it immediately, give it some time. Maybe, you should stop talking to each other for a while. Also, do not force her/him to meet you or talk to you. Now wait and watch. The time and distance might do some miracle, you never know!
4. Don’t be too late
While you should give it some time, you must also make sure that you are not too late. If you do not take any initiative and let time pass without any conversation, things might not fall back into places. When you do not see each other for a long time, you tend to get habituated with each other’s absence and the more you stay away for long, the more out of mind you go. Therefore it is important to begin the conversation after little time elapses. In the meantime, why don’t you decide on what should you speak or how should you confront the matter?
5. Write a long letter
If you think that you are nervous and will eventually mess up things as you begin to speak, write down your feelings in a sheet of paper in the form of a letter. By doing so, you will not only avoid fumbling and stammering but also succeed in putting down your feelings, the way you care about him/her, the way you have had your period of realisation and so on in a much more coherent manner. Letters have an essence of their own. So go ahead and write down!
6. Something sweet
In order to assuage her/him up, why not do something really sweet? Like prepare small gifts at home or come up with her favourite novel? You can even go for love e-cards that come in a variety of designs and layouts. You can choose from a wide range!
Misunderstandings and fights are parts of a healthy relationship. Without such interruptions, life goes monotonous. However, do not fall victim to silly mood swings or whims and sort out everything on time. All the best!
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