Generally speaking, it's usually best to stay out of other people's relationships. However, there are times when a guy's partner clearly isn't right for him. He may be unhappy, dependent or even abused, but he'd definitely benefit from breaking up and moving on. If you know a guy in a bad relationship, here are some ways to get him to break things off with his girlfriend and find love somewhere else.
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Strengthen your relationship as friends. Before you can offer him meaningful advice, you'll need to get to know him as well as you can.
Be understanding and listen to his problems. If he doesn't want to open up about the relationship right away, be patient and wait until he's comfortable talking about it.
Point out the negative things his girlfriend does, but do it in a positive way. Instead of being openly critical, lightly suggest how things in the relationship should be, or how they'd be different if he were dating you.
Lead him to resources that list good reasons to end a relationship. Most guys aren't sensitive enough to what their partners do to know when she's crossed the line.
Always tell the truth. People are bound to find out when you're lying, and it'll only make it harder for your guy to trust you.
Make yourself available to talk anytime your guy wants. Building a stronger bond between the two of you is the best way to make him see the flaws in his current relationship.
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