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8 Tell Tale Signs It’s Time To Take A Break From Your Relationship

A happy relationship no doubt makes one's life beautiful. But there are times when one may feel that their relationship is no longer the same. For some reason, you may find yourself getting on each other's nerves or being face-to-face with each other. This is when you may wonder if you are in the right relationship. Even though you try hard to talk about the same to your partner, you may stay quiet for the sake of not hurting your partner's sentiments.

In such a situation, it is better to take a break from your relationship and give each other some space. Otherwise, you may end up feeling choked in the relationship. However, if you are still confused whether it is time to take a break from relationship, we are here with some signs that will tell you. Read on.

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1. You Often Fight For The Same Thing

Fights are no new concept in any relationship. You may often disagree with your partner or argue over things. There's no wrong in this unless you fight for the same thing without any positive outcome. In fact, most of the conversation may take a turn towards an ugly argument. If this is happening again and again, then you need to spend some time apart and develop your own opinions and analyse your relationship.

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2. You Doubt If It Is Working Out

If you have been often asking yourself whether your relationship is working or not, then this could be a sign that you need a break from your relationship. You may often find yourself thinking what if you were not together. In fact, you may have often said that you would walk out or heard your partner threat you to walk out of the relationship. At this point, you need to know that it quite essential for you to take a break.

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3. You Want To Spend Time All By Yourself

Couples often look forward to spending time with each other and for this, they often make several plans. They also enjoy their personal space. But if you have reached a point in your relationship where you want to spend your time all by yourself, then this could be a telltale sign. You may often cancel plans made by your partner just to make sure you do not have to give them your time. Even if your partner tries to seek your attention, you may not mind. However, you may feel guilty afterwards but can't help it.

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4. You Feel Ignored

Being in a relationship and feeling lonely is one of the most depressing things. When you are in a relationship with someone, you know that you have someone to look forward to. Even after you have discussed about your loneliness with your partner and you are still going through the same thing, then it is better to feel lonely on your own. Instead of feeing ignored in the relationship, you can think of taking a break and analysing your equation with your partner.

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5. You Get Annoyed By Your Partner

The things that once made you feel special and loved may seem annoying to you. No matter how hard your partner tries to make your day and show love and care to you, things may not seem good any longer. Even little things about your partner may spoil your mood. Not only this, but you may also feel that your partner isn't the one you wanted to spend your life with. This may often lead to unwanted arguments and fights. At this stage, it is important to understand that may need a break from your relationship.

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6. You Do Not Feel Connected To Each Other

One of the things that keep two people together in a relationship is the emotional bond. If at any point you feel that you are no longer connected to each other the way you were, things may not be the same. You may feel unhappy and left out in the relationship. Not only this, but also you may not be able to give your best in the relationship. You may resent your partner and doubt your decision of dating them.

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7. You Often Find Faults In Each Other

Once you do not feel connected to each other, you may start finding faults in each other. You may not adore their flaws any longer. In fact, you may hate some things about your partner. For example, you may not like the way your partner hangs the clothes, how they dress up or the kind of job they are doing. You may compare your partner to someone else. At this point, instead of accusing and insulting your partner every day, the best that you can do is take a break and have your space.

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8. You Don’t Find Your Relationship A Happy One

If you feel your relationship is no longer a happy and healthy one, then this could be a sign that you need a break. You may dread over your relationship. Even the small issues in your relationship may seem to be too big. Apart from this, you may compare your relationship to that of others. In such a case, it is better that you two take a break and strengthen your relationship rather than weakening it.

Now that we have discussed some of the signs, it is quite important to understand that taking a break doesn't mean never seeing your partner again or cheating on them. It is about spending some days, weeks or may be a few months apart and working on things that affected your relationship. Instead of choking each other in the relationship, it is better that you let the relationship breathe.

Story first published: Monday, March 15, 2021, 17:00 [IST]