You did everything you could to make this relationship work. When you accepted the initial offer, you made a commitment, and you’ve taken your commitment seriously. You accepted the terms and conditions put forth by your employer, you showed up, you put in the time, you put in the labor and—for a while—you put in the love. But now it’s time to go. Your reasons are your own, and since this is an at-will contract and you’re legally free to walk away whenever you choose, you’re choosing right now. You know that your boss will be upset, but putting off this difficult conversation will only delay the inevitable. It’s time to act. Here are a few moves that can help you walk away from a working relationship that just isn’t working any longer without burning any bridges or severing important ties that took years to build.