Dating and taking a break
It’s okay to take a break—in fact, it can be really healthy, as long as the relationship isn’t abusive (a break isn’t going to “solve” an abusive relationship).
However, there are some things you might want to consider doing to make sure the break is the healthiest it can be.
Some people choose to cut off communication completely, while others might want to check in with each other during the break.
There’s no right answer; what’s important is that you both feel comfortable with the boundaries you set.
O.) feel gross and anxious on purpose, text-fighting (ugh), fighting over chat (UGH! You might discuss questions like: Once you and your partner have reached an agreement for the break, now’s your chance to make the most of it.Take some time to really think through the reasons you wanted a break, then decide how best to spend it.However, LET’S JUST SAY, HYPOTHETICALLY, that one (or even a few) of the above-mentioned rotten behaviors are going on with you and your partner in your relationship, and have been steadily worsening, despite your best efforts to stop said behavior. Let’s say your partner’s good qualities heavily outweigh their completely irritating qualities. Let’s say you honestly love your partner, and you do not actually want to break up, but you feel like if you have really intense text fight, you’re gonna break up with him/her due to the sheer stress.