Saturday, May 26, 2018

Relationship: Does it Need a Break?

Does Your Relationship real Need a Break?

There are some people out there who just know that they have met their soul mate the first time they lock eyes on someone.

And then there are the rest of us.

We always take most of our time trying to get to know someone. We obsess over their Social network profiles and photos, giving them an enthusiastic like (thumbs-up) on every post they make. We enjoy a plethora of meals and drinks together. We hold hands, kiss, and sleep together. We become entangled in each other.

Eventually, we fall in love.

But then what?

But the rest of do not have it that easy. Even if we think we want a future with our partner, we are not 100% convinced. We are skeptical about putting all our eggs in one basket, even if it's the best basket we’ve ever seen.

We still wonder: Is this really it?

Maybe it’s time for a break.

Breaks are initiated because of the restlessness. It is the existential is-the-grass-greener-on-the-other-side? (question).

Nowadays People too often dismiss a break same as the breakup or at the very least, a precursor to the end. In my experience, in fact, breaks have always led to breakups.

The difference between a breakup and a break  are subtle.

Break: When on a break, an individual  is free to act as if they had a breakup, with one exception. They must answer to their ex and be willing to discuss the progress of their break.When the dialogue or communication stops, boom ..then it's a breakup.

Are breaks good for relationships?  A break is a welcomed reprieve from relationship and a useful inflection point,It provides a valuable space for introspection and focusing on assessing your feelings within your relationship.

Breaks are sometimes necessary to create space and allow someone to come to the realization that they are happier, more productive, and better off with someone than without them,Ward adds. Ultimately, breaks allow people to spend time learning to compromise, sacrifice, and cooperate, which is beneficial for both parties in any type of relationship.

In many cases, a little space will give them time to refocus and see that it’s up to themselves, not their partners, to create personal satisfaction and happiness.

Still,breaks do come with their risks.

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