At a point of time in a relationship, any and everything your partner does can put you in a haze of frustration. Even when both of you love each other you might have a few issues that’s causing constant fighting and tension, a break from each other may be the need of the hour.
It is a myth that only men need space in their lives, women too desire space and it can be greatly beneficial to both the partners. If you are accustomed to being together all the time, you might be missing out on having a social life beyond your partner. You could instead spend time with you friends, relatives and colleagues. You might just need some space to yourself.
People can often immerse themselves in a relationship, changing to the desires of their partner that they lose themselves. When such a relationship works for so long, resentments begins tobuild and this slowly leads to anger and rage.
Any person up leaving the relationship feeling a little claustrophobic and smothered, and time apart is required to allow you to rediscover your true self.
However, that’s rarely the case. You might just need to find yourself, to reconnect with who you are as an individual rather than as part of a couple
Relationships can be full of ups and downs and also passionate. While passion is crucial, it can wear you out. The constant jealousy, fighting, talking all night can take a toll on yourself. A break can help you calm down and chill out from the daily issues that arise in a relationship. This is one of those occasions when a relationship break is really helpful.
DECIDING WHAT YOU WANT
Sometimes, two people may have different ideologies about life. May forget those differences in the heat of your romance. In this case taking a relationship break may not be related to your partner or his issues but this is for you to figure out whether you want a long term commitment forgetting all those differences. This might be regarding marriage, or children, carrying forward further studies, changing your career, getting a new job, and so on
MAKING SURE IT’S LOVE
How do your know is such a rhetoric! There is no solution, symptom, causes which can give you this answer. So if you’re not sure you’re really in love with your partner, then a break can be veryhelpful. You know the old saying that absence makes the heart grow fonder. If your heart does grow fonder, you’ll know you’rereally are in love. If not it’s better you find out sooner rather than later
LEARNING MORE ABOUT YOURSELF
While you might reconnect with yourself during your break, you’ll also learn about what you like, what you don’t like and what you need in a relationship. This is a great chance for you to come back to your relationship with a fresh set ofeyes and ears.
REKINDLE THE SPARK
Sometimes a break might be exactly what is needed to get the spark back. Taking a break could let you know how much you want to be with your partner and when you get back together you’ll feel like new again. On the other hand, you could try to start to date your partner again which can also rekindle the spark.
One of the biggest myths that people have when it comes to taking a break in their relationship is that their relationship is over. That isn’t true at all! A break doesn’t mean you are breaking up, remember that!
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