How beneficial is truly breaking the moment into a relationship? When the quarrels with your loved one get bigger, you may say ‘Stop!’ and decide to take a break in the relationship to avoid the definitive breaking up.
Relationship breaking up
So, you think you’ll have time to calm down, put your thoughts in order, and ask what’s wrong. Maybe you made something wrong, maybe your partner did, anyways, here are 5 questions to ask yourself before breaking up from your relationship, rather you’re a woman, or a man.
Taking a break in the couple’s relationship is preferred to those who strongly believe that time can heal the wounds of the soul, although they often find it later that the temporary break-up is nothing but the first step towards the end of the relationship.
Although each of the partners are confused, they are unlikely to both wish a break in the relationship, so one of them is only forced to accept it, and stay in stand-by to see what decision the other will take.
Though the time of separation rarely gives a way to return to clear horizons, it involves two possibilities:
- The relationship becomes stronger after each of you has devised a series of ‘rules’ that you both should apply without exception, trying to keep the couple’s harmony.
- You both realize that what you really want is to continue on your own – it is also possible to make the decision to stay together even if it is to your disadvantage, which will lead to the collapse of the relationship, which you will feel even more abrupt than in the past. This is because after you go through a series of unpleasant events that inevitably reveal unspeakable aspects of the character of each of you, you will hardly be able to look at it as at the beginning of the relationship and you will hesitate to forgive or to be tolerant with your partner, especially if the quarrel is repeated frequently.