Does taking a break from your sugar relationship seem criminal to you? The idea of taking a break from a relationship has always been frowned upon. Sometimes it has been seen as an act of trying to silently break up a relationship while at other times it is considered being selfish. Why don’t we categorize taking a break from a relationship as just taking a break and nothing more? It has to be said that since the last few years the fears related breaks in a relationship have been lessened thanks to various studies pointing to the fact that taking a break can actually be healthy.
Whether a break is healthy or catastrophic depends upon what a sugardaddie and sugarbaby do during a break. However, taking a whenever you want is never a good idea. You’re still a couple and need to consult one another before taking any step. The reasons why you should take a break are different for everyone and the benefits that come with it are too.
Let Yourself Grow Fonder
If everything you say to your Sugar Baby turns into a fight sooner or later, it might be a good time to take a break especially if apologizing or negotiating doesn’t work. You can take your time apart to analyze your relationship and evaluate yourself and your stance. Staying away from each other can actually help partners remember why they liked you in the first place. It activates the feeling of missing each other and this emotion then brings you even closer.
Can’t Stand Each Other?
You don’t seem to remember what exactly was so great about your sugardaddie or sugarbaby partner? You’re wondering why did you start them when you just don’t to hear from them these days and when you do talk to them all it does is drive you both towards an argument. This may be a great time to take a break from your Sugar relationship so both of you can evaluate yourself individually before doing the same together. Time and distance can ignite that long-forgotten spark in your relationship. It can bring back feelings of love.
However, you have taken a break with an intention to find love for each other again but instead, you find out that you aren’t even missing them the slightest bit. This may be a sign that you have to let go of your partner.
It is true that without learning about one another you wouldn’t be able to run any relationship for a long-term. However, if you start feeling that in an effort to know your sugar partner you are forgetting who you are, it is time to take a break from them. This is an opportunity for you to reevaluate what you wanted from a sugar relationship to start with and are you on the right path. Talk to yourself about your expectation about the relationship now and compare to them to what they were at the start of your relationship. Have they changed? If so why?
You must have thought about the dynamics of your sugar relationship when you started it. Are they still the same or have they changed too? If they have changed ask yourself if you want what you had in mind from the outset of a what your relationship has become now. This will lead you to answer a crucial question of whether you should take a step forward or backward in your sugar relationship.
The Ideal Length of a Break
This a topic that has been much debated upon and is as old as the question of taking a break from your relationship. Communicating with your sugardaddie or sugarbaby partner is important before taking a break and one aspect of communicating is to decide how long will you be taking a break from each other. There is no set or defined period of how long a break should be. You’ll find it written at several places on blogs and books that taking a break for two weeks is just the right length. However, in case of a some sugar relationships when you only seem your Sugar Daddy a few times a month, two weeks won’t probably do the trick.
Hence, the question of how long a break should be can only be answered by you and your sugar partner. It depends on a number of factors such as the frequency of meetups in your arrangement and the reason behind taking a break.