Relationship breakdown can be a tough; the realisation that you and your partner no longer work well together, have lost trust in each other or no longer feel that ‘spark’ is something which affects many couples. But, if your relationship has broken down, is separation always the answer or is it better to try and work things out?
Of course, there’s no right or wrong answer but it does depend on how the relationship is affecting you, both emotionally and physically. You may also have children to take into consideration.
In most cases, once you have recognized that there are problems in your relationship it’s often worth trying to solve them before making any hasty decisions. There are lots of avenues you can go down for support.Relationship counseling can be very effective if your partner also agrees to attend. This can give you the opportunity to discuss your problems and listen to one another in a safe and controlled environment. It can also be helpful to receive the opinion of an external source. This may be through a counselor, through a friend or even through a psychic professional. Methods such as the clairvoyant readings provided by TheCircle are becoming ever more popular as a way of achieving clarity and guidance.
If you have tried various methods of repairing your relationship but to no avail then it may be worth going your separate ways. If there is violence in your relationship or the relationship is contributing to health problems such as depression then this could also be a sign you need to part ways.
Children may also be a factor in your decision and many people are divided on whether you should stay together just for the sake of the kids. Often children can pick up on tension within their parent’s relationship and this can create an unhealthy living atmosphere. Some parents do decide to stay together for their children’s’ sake but it’s important to bear in mind that children can still receive all the love and affection they need even if their parents are separated.
When it comes to deciding whether to stay in your relationship there are many factors to take into consideration and it’s often not a decision you can rush into. Make sure you keep communication channels open between you and your partner and try to arrive at a solution you are both comfortable with.
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