These guidelines are for a no-going-back breakup email.
If what you’re hoping to do is force the other person to change or push the relationship forward then you really need to be having a face to face conversation rather than sending an email.
It’s better to do it in person if you can but sometimes circumstances mean that you have to write the bad news in an email.
There are some situations where it simply isn’t possible or advisable, to break up with someone in person.
You may also want to include a picture of the new employee and a map with the new employee's work location pointed out on it.
This employee introduction is an integral component in your new employee welcome process.
Maybe you’re in a long distance relationship, perhaps you’re scared your partner will have an extreme reaction such as getting violent, or it could even be that you’re so angry you’re worried you’ll lose your composure and do something you may later regret (if you’re very angry with someone it’s best to have a 3 day cooling off period before you write).