Our expert says:
There may be good reasons for a relationship to breakup ; but surely it is fair enough to expect the person initiating the breakup to explain fully and kindly WHY this decision has been reached, as the uncertainty can be more unpleasant than any reason. I agree with Sue2 that those are the commonest and hence most likely reasons. Feelings for someone you genuinely care about, don't change that easily or that suddenly
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