Sunday, 10 June 2018

Can Time Apart Make Your Relationship Stronger? See Answers From Lovers Experiences

15 people reveal if time apart made their relationship stronger & it

Yes,I know that if you are in a relationship with someone that melts your heart and probably you are in distances apart,you would ever wonder what would happen to your relationship.

This is because,not being around with your lover would make it difficult to see each other often and that which man sees that attracts and makes him keep with a woman would be missed. Then you ask: Can time apart make your relationship stronger?

Well,below are answers from people who have taken time out from their relationships are they have answers:

''I broke up with my boyfriend because I didn't think that it was working. Turns out I missed him more than words could ever describe and we got right back together. Only made us stronger.''

— u/mannequinsmile

''My husband and I took a break for 7 months. It was helpful in some ways and damaging in others... in the end we both missed our life together and decided to be back together and we are still together. I can say, I wish I would have never taken the break... there were things that we both did while apart that was damaging to our relationship now. But on the other hand... what if we didn't take a break? Maybe we would have never started to appreciate eachother again...''

— u/4m4nda24

''We took a break and after seven months we got back together and now we are engaged. We took a break because I was overwhelmed with the idea of a LDR. We got back together and it made us stronger than ever. In those 7 months, neither of us even thought about getting with other people.''

— u/CinnamonBunBun

We were fighting all day, everyday, when finally one of those arguments ended in legitimately breaking up. We were just relieved by the time it happened, I think we both knew it was going to happen eventually. What I wasn't expecting was how much I would miss him. I really thought it was what I wanted until it actually happened. He didn't just take me back though. I had to work hard to get him back and we are better for it. I respected that he wasn't going to be a doormat and it wasn't going to be a broken record make up/break up relationship. It was the best thing that ever happened to us. That was 6 years ago, we've since married and have a wonderful son and a truly wonderful marriage. He's the best thing that ever happened to me!''

— u/foreverafalljoke

I took a three month break when I was deployed because I hated the idea of a long distance relationship. Actually, it wasn't a break, I broke up with him. Thought about him the whole deployment and despite several opportunities to hook up with other guys did nothing because I was still in love with him. Got back together the day I returned and we've been happily married for twelve wonderful years.

— u/Call_me_Kelly

My then boyfriend and I took a four month break about a year and a half into our relationship. I had broken up with him because I was feeling like I was suffocating. He agreed he knew it was coming, but had assumed he'd be the one to do it. Not long into the breakup, we started talking a lot again and began mentioning that it all felt more like a break than a break up. We maintained contact while we both dated and had sex with others. Neither of us had dated much before, so we each learned a lot about ourselves... And realized all we wanted was one another. Four months after breaking up, he asked me to get back together with him. Fun fact, he asked me only moments after we conceived our now 1.5 year old daughter. The break taught us a ton and really helped us learn to appreciate one another. We're now married and so so happy together!

— u/GrowingASeahorse

A break during a previous relationship helped me tremendously...it allowed me to realize that I wasn't happy in the relationship at all, but was rather just afraid of being alone. The month we were apart gave me a chance to realize what kind of relationship I actually deserved, and now I am with a new boyfriend who is indescribably amazing (:

— u/xxChelidonis04


We actually didn't decide on a break, we just broke up but kept in touch. We both missed each other horribly and both worked on the stuff that ended things in the first place, got together again and we've been happy since. But yeah 90% of the time, a break dooms the relationship, because it usually means that the person who wants the break wants to f*** someone else without letting the safe person go, while not being wrecked with the guilt that comes with cheating.

— u/DarthMelonLord


In all,these experienced individuals who took a break or time out from their relationships found out that :

1 Taking time out in relationship helped them to see whether they have been with the right persons or not.

2.A break helped them to see whether they appreciate and are appreciated by their partners.

3.Taking time out in relationship helped to see if they would lose their loved ones just by being apart for a while.

Are you in relationship doubting whether he or she is the right person for you? You could try taking a break with your lover for a while. It is only break that can really confirm it to you!!!