A good break up may be defined as a break up in which both sides leave a relationship on good terms with each other. Just because it may be a good break up, doesn’t necessarily mean that both sides will be happy to actually do the “breaking up” part. Break ups are hard, usually for at least one or both parts involved in them, no matter if it is a good break up, or if it is a very bad break up. The realization that the love you might have shared with someone else, and the relationship that you had with them that could have lasted a longer amount of time if things were different, that realization makes things difficult for most people who experience them. A good break up allows for both parties to be at peace with their decision to split, and usually allows for a friendship to be present at some point in the near future after the split.