I’ve seen this question pop up in multiple threads here on The Social Thing, so let me try to clear up a few things. I don’t think the answer is “a year or two.” I believe it depends on the individual.
In my opinion, a relationship of a short duration should be a short duration. This is because the time of the break is not important.
It is true that a break which lasts less than a year or more than a decade is a break too long. A break which lasts longer than a decade is a break too short. What is important is how long time the break lasts. A break which lasts less than a year is not a break at all. A break which lasts more than a decade is still a break.
If the break lasts less than a year, then it is a time when you have no real responsibility for the other person. When you break up with your girlfriend or partner, you just feel like you are not in charge of them anymore. You just look at them like you are in a relationship, and they look like they are in a relationship. If you have to break up with them because you feel like you have no responsibility for them, then you are no longer in a relationship.
If a long break is over a year, then that means you have to do something to take care of your ex. If you are dating, for example, then you are not obligated to see your ex at all. This is called “reassignment.
If a long break is over a year, then you should probably not do much to take care of them. You should not change them in any way at all. You should make sure you do not start a relationship with them again. If you have to break up, then you should not go back to where you first met them. You should stay away, or at least try to have a conversation with them and try to work out why you left them.
The way I see it, if you have to break up, then it’s best to break up with them not long after your “reassignment.” If you think about it, a very short break is probably better than nothing at all. It is very probable that there is “something” you could do to keep your ex-partner.
A short break is probably better than nothing. It is very probable that there is something you could do to keep your ex-partner.
There are tons of things that can cause a break up. Some of the reasons for break ups are: lack of communication, lack of trust, boredom, and no longer being in love (I don’t want to leave my ex, but I don’t want to be without her). I can’t say that if you have communication that you should try to maintain it or try to keep it because I have no experience with this myself, but I think you need to try to maintain communication.
Okay, I dont want to be insensitive, but I dont think you should be thinking about the amount of time you and your ex should be apart, or what you should do when you are so far apart. It’s important to think about how you will act when you are together and that is important. It’s important to think about if you will continue to talk to your ex about the same topics or will you change to a different subject area.