2 days ago
It's ok. It happens more than often in relationships. I'd say that take out some "you" time and focus on yourself for some time or at least till you gain a better perspective of your relationship.
Priyangi - 19yo - level 5 -
Sometimes, we overthink or are unable to think positively because of many things that happen in the relationship or in our own personal lives . You need to think about yourself but at the same time need to realise how much strong your love and affection is towards your boyfriend. It's all about realising the important things in the relationship that count. Take some time, clear your mind.
The same thing happened with me. I am in a long distance relationship. I was in a very tough position in my life and things seemed overly complicated. My relationship withmy boyfriend was suffering because of it and I was having all the pessimistic thoughts about our relationship and everything in my life. At one point, I even told him that it wouldn't work like this. But then, I decided to take a little break from our relationship. I know it's a long distance relationship, but we keep on texting each other throughout the day and keep on telling each other what's happening, how we're feeling, etc etc.
So, I decided to take a few days off. He has always been optimistic about our relationship despite the distance and differences, but because I was not at the right place in my life, I was feeling this way.
And let me tell you, every moment furing that break, I missed him so bad. I couldn't do it for more than 3 days and when I talked to him again, I realised that I really love him a lot and can't think of being without him.
Sometimes, all you need is some time off from the relationship to focus on yourself and sort out your priorities. I won't say that breaking up or being in a relationship that seems toxic is good, but it's important to be selfish and think about yourself. Ask yourself if you're happy, give yourself some time And you'll realise what