Relationships aren’t easy, and sometimes when the honeymoon stage ends couples find themselves wondering why they got in the relationship in the first place. If you’re tired of putting up with a significant other who shows up late for date night, steals all of your snacks, and just followed a bunch of “models” on Instagram then this post is for you. Today we’re talking to the people at Brock who are looking to get out of a relationship that just isn’t working anymore (and that’s okay).

Here are the top ten places to break-up at Brock:

  1. Bottom of the Tower: You know you have that ten minute gap between class and when your bus is leaving. If you haven’t been dating for long, a quick, painless conversation ending with “well, my bus is here…” may be just what you need. 12168032_1043681279005128_2029871564_n

 

  1. 10th floor of the library: Worried about making a scene? It helps if the floor has a quiet policy. This may not stop certain people from letting the library know every detail of your relationship, but hey, it’s worth a shot. If you do need to talk out your issues we do recommend moving to a lower level.

 

  1. Skybar: Because who doesn’t want a beer and comfort food after a break-up? Invite friends to join you afterwards and before you know it, you will have forgotten all about the break-up.12177949_1043681265671796_1705857956_n

 

  1. Walker Complex: A little exercise never hurt anyone, after a break-up hit the gym and you will start to feel better. Get out those emotions of frustration and spend the time working on yourself. Plus who knows, the right person could already be in the gym doing the same thing.

 

  1. Mac Chown: You won’t have to worry about having to walk in the same direction after the break-up happens. You can easily lose the person you once couldn’t wait to “Netflix and chill” with in here.

 

  1. Zone 2 Parking lot: If you break-up out here, you’re already halfway home.

 

  1. Jubilee Court: If you think the conversation won’t go over well, try going outside. If someone yells you won’t be disrupting anyone and there are still enough people around for both parties to behave themselves.

 

  1. GB: Having this difficult conversation over tea or coffee might make things a bit easier, if you going during the slower hours it can be more of a private place.

 

  1. Outside of the Campus Store: Did we mention retail therapy is very effective?12167574_1043681289005127_614232050_n

10. Cairns Complex: So quiet at times you could hear a pin drop, if you’re looking to have more of serious heart-to-heart this could be just the spot for you.

 

All joking aside, it is important to make sure the relationship you are in is a healthy one. Break-ups can be tough, but it’s important to remember you aren’t alone. If you need someone to talk to you can visit Student Health Services or the Student Development Centre.

4 Comments

  1. Kelsey says:

    this is the best thing I’ve ever read. kudos to you.

  2. Emily Hribljan says:

    Seriously.

  3. #6 Absolutely killed me. True struggles right there.