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In a long, committed relationship; the couple are going through some confusion as to what they really want.
They 'take the break' in hopes that after a certain amount of time apart, they will A) miss each other enough to realize they really love each other and want the other person back or B) realize they're better off without them. In a less committed relationship; she takes a break with him because he's not interesting enough, or not what she expected.
Just the thought of ending it and starting all over again brought him into panic-mode. Generally speaking– I’m not a huge fan of the break unless it’s done really, really deliberately.
He wasn’t sure if it they should keep trying to make things work out- or if it was fear that was keeping them holding on. Sometimes, I think people use the term “break” to mask the reality of ongoing negative behaviors and unhealthy patterns of interaction in their relationship.
And do I recommend it for a couple as a way to figure things out?
People in these kind of relationships seldom get back together after taking a break. guy/girl: "I really do care about you, but we've grown apart and I don't know if I'm in love with you anymore.
I think we should consider taking a break, so I can have some time to myself to figure it out." (said in all honesty, with good intentions). guy/girl: "I really do care about you, but we've grown apart and I don't know if this relationship is what I want anymore.
I think we should take a break, so I can have some time to myself to figure it out." (most likely said to make the other person feel better, so you can make a quick escape and move on).
This relationship he’d been hanging onto for quite sometime now had seeped into every part of his life. I often get asked on my opinion about taking a “break” from a dating relationship. It’s hard to give one blanket answer for a question like this, because it can be so case specific.
For some women, there comes a time when dating becomes a lot less exciting and more of a hassle than it’s ever been.
Though dating has its ups and downs, when there are more downs than ups, you may want to reconsider your position in the dating game as dating shouldn’t be overly stressful and frustrating.
Here are 7 signs that its time to take a break from dating — just a temporary hiatus of course — and 7 things to do during your time off.
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