It can happen that the relationship doesn’t seem to work no matter what. There are three main causes each with spectacular signs:
1) You don’t match.
Some people are not meant to be together, If your arguments are caused by very different views and perception of the world itself then it could be really hard to keep the relationship happy. You must put things on a scale whether it’s even worth trying anymore or not. When this happens I don’t recommend just simply giving up, but trying out a few things. Trying to be more tolerant and encouraging your girlfriend to do the same for example. If your not happy then it’s best you find a new partner
2) You’re not happy in the relationship.
I don’t want to put all responsibility on men in the relationship. I still think we have more than women because we can affect their emotions more effectively than they can ours. but there are just spoiled women out there who are not worth it. If talking to your girlfriend is like walking on egg shells then its not worth it. Who no matter how good of a boyfriend you are will just want to use you and will suck the life out of you. If you feel like you’re not happy and the cause of it is your girlfriend then evaluate your position
3) You can not make your girlfriend happy.
Whether it’s because she doesn’t want to be happy (very common and not your fault), people have an unnecessary complexity in modern society, or that you’re not yet ready for a relationship there’s no point continuing it. If you can’t identify the problems of your girlfriend, or you’re unable to handle them then the relationship will end anyway. If your best efforts bounce of a wall and she doesn’t even let you make her happy, then it’s time to find someone who appreciates herself more because sooner or later this will get you frustrated.
How to break up?
It’s not an easy thing to do. Once you’re committed to break off a relationship she’s going to get hurt, no matter how you do it. So the goal is to inflict the least amount of harm possible. Don’t use catchy phrases like “It’s not you, it’s me” or anything like that. Keep up your manliness. State your reasons clearly but respectfully. An example
“I don’t think we should continue this relationship anymore. It’s clear that it is just not working no matter how hard we try. It may hurt, but I truly believe that it’s for the better. I loved you and I do hope you loved me too, but I want to move on with my life and find someone with whom I can be really happy, and I wish the same for you”
What to do after the break-up?
First of all and most importantly: