Dramatic Break Up Letter, Sample & Format
By breaking up, two people end their romantic or sensual relationship they shared. They end their relationship because they do not love each other anymore or one of them have cheated on the other. A break-up letter delivers the reason or the cause for the break-up. A Break-up letter usually contains news of the break in the relationship with great emotions expressed through anger or hurtful words and emphasizes on the feelings of the person writing it.
A Dramatic Break-Up Letter is a letter drafted by a lover who wishes to break-up the relationship with his or her significant other. The letter is usually written in moments of anger filled with hatred. It contains strong feelings of love, hate, hope, despair, and betrayal. It is a letter in which a partner reveals what the other person has done wrong or something they should not have done. It shows how one person can not maintain a relationship.
Following is a sample of a Dramatic Break-Up Letter.
Pauline H. Rocha,
2555 Gerald L. Bates Drive
Boston, MA 02115.
Robert T. Horn,
3183 Mattson Street,
Boston, MA 02113.
Subject: Break Up Letter.
I am writing this letter to break up with you. We both know we had it coming. It was simply not working out. I always loved you but you never actually loved me back. You also did not let me leave this toxic relationship, and I had to put up with a lot of your nonsense. I loved you even when you turned abusive. I thought that due to your childhood trauma you might have been that way. I put up with it for quite some time. I did not call the police nor told anyone about this even when you beat me up and left me unconscious. I reached out to your therapist, and he told me about your anger management issues.
It was naive of me to have placed my trust in you. I loved you with all my heart, and you still crushed it. I have forgiven you for cheating on me, even when I caught you red handed. You didn’t even apologize to me properly; you only sat there on the couch with a face that showed that I interrupted your very good time. I even managed the second time you cheated. I confronted you, and you promised me that you would be loyal and more loving towards me.
After that, the abusing got worse, and it took a toll on me both mentally and physically. It was not until this Thursday afternoon that I decided I would break things off. I do not know why but the thought occurred to me for the first time. Maybe it was because I loved you a little too much and overlooked everything. None of that matter now. I realized that I would be much better without you and this poison of a thing we called “relationship.”
Thank You and Farewell. I hope you don’t cross my path ever again.