Taking time away from dating to engagement

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Need I remind you that Will and Kate took a break before they got married and became one of the most iconic married couples of our time? Or, how about the fact that Justin and Hailey were split for, like, years before they tied the knot and started spamming our news feeds with their PDA pics? Before I met him, I had just come off a very single period in my life, and I enjoyed meeting new people and going on dates. When I initiated the break, I thought I needed space because I felt like our relationship had grown too predictable. But after a few weeks apart, I realized that consistency and reliability is nice—and my husband was the kind of guy you want to do life with. Before I knew it, I had made my choice, and I knew that when we got back together, that was it.
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Taking a break from your relationship? Here are the dos and don’ts

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How Long Is Too Long to Wait to Get Engaged? | Martha Stewart

Is "taking a break" ever a good idea? It can be productive, according to Kristin Davin , a New York City-based psychologist, but the pair must be upfront about what calling a timeout on their relationship really means. Below, Davin and other couples therapists share their advice for a productive and successful break, whether that means reuniting and becoming stronger as a couple or deciding to split. Before bringing it up with your S. Perhaps you're still deeply invested in your relationship and see the value of being together. But if you're leaning toward taking a break because you need relief from constant conflict and arguments, ask yourself if the measure is even worth it, said Carin Goldstein , a marriage and family therapist based in Sherman Oaks, California. Too often, couples take a break but never talk about how it will play out in real, concrete terms, Davin said.
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This is the ‘perfect’ time to get engaged, according to experts

Not registered? Register here. According to Shilpa Gandhi, as long as your core beliefs align a quick engagement doesn't equal a doomed relationship. Yet the certified matchmaker and director of Amare Exclusive , said that before deciding to get engaged, you should have talked at length about your future and taken age, career stage and financial stability into consideration. You need to have emotional and rational feelings towards one another.
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And experts agree that there is no magic number. Spira is of the opinion, however, that a couple should go through all seasons together at the very least so that they surpass the honeymoon stage before determining whether or not to stay together for life. Dawn Michael, Ph. Each couple is different depending on age and circumstances, but a reasonable amount of time to be engaged is one to three years. Research supports this theory.
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