分手指南
How To Break Up With Your Significant Other

  • 作   者:

    迪娜·尚卡尔
    Deena Shanker

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

  • 语   言:

    双语

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本书旨在帮您制定并实施最佳分手方案。制定方案要费点神,还要做点前期准备,但一切都是值得的。

This guide will help you figure out and execute the best breakup plan for you. Formulating your plan is going to take some thought and preparation, but ultimately it will be worth it.

分手没有一刀切的办法。要与另一半分手,潜台词无非是“我不想和你在一起了,” “你对我而言已经毫无魅力,”或者 “这段感情太麻烦,你不值得我劳心费神。”大多数分手方式至少会伤害到一方的感受。妥善分手虽然不会引人喝彩,但掌握恰当的分手方式有助于顺利分手,双方都能控制好自己的情感,而且彼此都不会尴尬或受伤,事情很快就过去了。

Breakups don’t have a one-size-fits-all solution. When you break up with someone, you are basically saying to the other person “I don’t like spending time with you anymore,” “I no longer find you attractive,” or “You are not worth the inconvenience this relationship is causing me.” So, chances are good a breakup will end with at least one person’s feelings hurt. Nobody will congratulate you on a job well done, but with some planning you can help things go more smoothly so that you and your soon-to-be-ex are able to contain your emotions, nobody is embarrassed or hurt, and the whole thing is over quickly.

迪娜·尚卡尔是一名作家,现居旧金山,先后在宾夕法尼亚大学法学院和巴纳德学院拿到学位。最近才重回律师岗位,能够继续做自己喜欢的事感到很开心,对于写作也是如此。喜欢在加州美丽的户外遛狗。

Deena Shanker is a San Francisco newbie. She is a recovering lawyer excited to get back to doing work she loves, like writing. She enjoys taking advantage of California's great outdoors with her dog, Barley, reading fiction, and eating cheese.

选择分手地点。分手地点的选择要视情况而定,但通常的选择要么是美食街和公园这样的公共场所,要么是餐馆和酒吧这样隐蔽一点的场所,或者家里这样的私密场所。选择分手地点时一定要牢记以下几点:你离开对方的住所肯定要比对方离开你的住所容易得多;如果你们一起开车去某地分手,一定要把对方送回来;分手后尽量避免回到分手地点,因为这很容易让你想起自己“在这里甩了对方”。

Where? Your options depend on your situation, but the typical options include very public places (e.g., food court or park), less public places (e.g., restaurant or bar), and private places (e.g., home). Keep a few things in mind: it will be easier for you to leave your significant other's apartment than to get him/her out of yours, if you drive somewhere together, you'll have to drive back, and you may not want to return later to a restaurant that remembers you as "the guy that dumped his girlfriend here."

  • 前言

  • 分手“四步走”

  • 分手“七不要”

  • 如何快刀斩乱麻

  • 结语

  • 参考资源及链接

  • 版权页

  • Introduction

  • The Four-Step Process

  • The DON'Ts of Breakups

  • Tips & Tricks To A Quick, Easy Breakup

  • Conclusion

  • Sources and Additional Links

  • Copyright Page

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