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Relationships aren't always black and white. Sometimes it's necessary to break things off with someone with whom you're not officially an item. Whether you've gone on a few dates but sparks just aren't flying or you have a "friends with benefits" arrangement, it can be tough to know how to break up when you're not even really together. INSIDER consulted with psychologists, counselors, and relationship experts to find out how to end a relationship with someone when you're not an actual couple.
It happens to the best of us. It's not a proud moment. No one actually enjoys knowing that they've left someone hanging—and potentially feeling miserable—whether on purpose or not. Author Joanne Davilla, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at Stony Brook University, a clinical psychologist in private practice, and an world-renowned expert on young women's romantic relationships.