15 Benefits of a Relationship Break ...

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Relationship break conversations come up in many relationships, even when the two of you really love each other. There are many issues than can lead to a relationship break, and it's important to realize that sometimes, a break is a good idea. It doesn't mean that you'll actually break up. In fact, a break can end up strengthening your relationship – it all depends on what you do when you take a break. By reading up on the benefits of a relationship break, you can see why it might be a healthy option for you.

1. Getting Space

One of the most common benefits of a relationship break is getting the space you need. Everyone needs space. If you're not used to being in a relationship or if your partner is very attentive and you're not accustomed to that, you can get antsy. You might just need some space to yourself.

Finding Yourself

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rrr
There's no such thing as the break. Either you're together or not. If you are - you should be getting enough space anyway, if you aren't, your relationship isn't healthy and you shouldn't be in it in the first place.
cindy
me and my boyfriend had a big urly fight before we had a break, after a couple months I really want to have a real break, to make sure the heart goes fonder or goes opposite way. I always want to make sure what is my priority now.
Heather
Good!!
Celest
@Heather, thank you:) ima bouta have a break right now lol WELL NEEDED
Celest
thank you:)
Heather
Hi Ruth! Sometimes, a relationship break can actually be really helpful -- can actually make your relationship stronger. Remember that.
Heather
Hello Celest! Thanks for the comment! I think that if you are having doubts of any kind, it might be better for you to take a break. That way you can really tell, you can really see if you are mean...
Celest
im 17 yrs recently graduated, me and my boyfriend been dating for 6months, before we got together we were talking for a month and exclusive for a month,, im a very kind person, very caring & outgo...
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