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For some couples, it makes sense to take a break if they use the time to honestly evaluate their relationship. If a couple assesses their commitment and decides that their marriage is worth saving, a cooling off period can be an effective way to give each other some much needed breathing space. It’s highly beneficial for couples to have a timetable for their separation period and to agree upon goals.

When a relationship no longer meets one or both partner’s needs, they might agree to take a break with the idea that they’ll work on their problems. If a couple is in a long-term marriage, they might believe their investment of time and energy into the relationship is a good reason to try to work things out. One thing is almost certain: If one or both partners don’t change, then the relationship will not improve.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/terry-gaspard-msw-licsw/does-taking-a-break-from-your-relationship-postpone-the-inevitable_b_6997362.html?utm_hp_ref=divorce&ir=Divorce

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