COURTING, RE-COURTING, AND THE SUPER SEX BOND:ALWAYS BE READY TO GET DUMPED. IF AT ALL POSSIBLE, BE THE DUMPER, NOT THE DUMPEE

All relationships end. It is just a matter of how and when. Those “really hot” relationships, the ones that seem very early to be the real thing, are the most likely to have high dumping potential. Getting dumped is one of the most painful of human experiences. Avoid it at all costs.

You avoid getting dumped by not getting too involved, and always watching for the slightest sign of preparatory dumping. When you see it coming, dump first and fast. It is also wise to tell the dumpees that they are being dumped for their own good. This is called the “therapeutic dump,” and is supposed to feel better than other forms of dump. Some of these are:

The Dirty Dump: You have found someone better, have known about it for some time, but have been staying with the dumpee as insurance against your own dumping. Once you are safe, dump.

The Dumb Dump: This occurs when someone gives you false information, probably in order to move in on your dumpee once you have done the dumping. You dump too soon, and you have been fooled into a dumb dump.

The Dangling Dump: This is a highly skilled dumping involving a built-in safety factor. You provide some hope, usually false, that you will take the person back following the dumping. This is done in case your new partner dumps you or your old partner starts to look much better compared to the new one.

The Delayed Dump: This is done when you know far ahead of time that you are going to dump someone, but delay the actual dumping until after a scheduled family event, dance, or other occasion at which people might ask, “Whatever happened to . . . ?” Dumping is easier than explaining.

The Devious Dump: This is done when you know you are going to dump someone right from the start of the relationship, but are too lazy to look for a better match right now. You pre-plan the dump for a personally convenient time, maybe when your work schedule is easier and you have time to deal with the dumping hassle.

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