Dating weekend breaks
"So many couples think a healthy relationship means being together all the time, but that’s not true," says Spector.
Attaching yourself to another person—while it might work for some—can be the perfect setup for disaster down the road, especially if there are disagreements you can’t seem to let go of.
Breaks allow couples to see the partnership from a new perspective, acknowledge personal doubts and wrongdoings, determine changes that need to be made, and then decide if the relationship is even worth continuing.
In Spector’s experience, couples usually realize it is. The nitty-gritty makes all the difference and must be **seriously** considered beforehand or else the break might just turn into a break"Breaks must be done with clear rules and for the right reasons," says Spector.
Breaks are for partners who care about each other but can’t see eye-to-eye.
They require you and your partner take a significant amount of time to weigh how you feel being separated versus how you feel together.
England is full of fairytale castles and tranquil beaches; the perfect backdrops to a romantic getaway.
Of course, just because you’ve spent time apart doesn’t mean your issues will have disappeared.
But the separation will give you and your partner the chance to approach your relationship differently and move forward.
Visit England How cute is this little cottage in Cadgwith?
😍 A quaint village and fishing port found in Cornwall, Cadgwith has all the elements of a traditional English fishing village.