Relationships are challenging. Conflicts and problems emerge, and a difference of opinion between you and your relationship produces stress.
Going on a break may seem like the greatest choice when your relationship becomes hard, but it affects how you and your spouse handle disagreement.
They let you and your spouse escape the problem that caused you to spend time apart, but they don't fix it.
After the interval, the issue is still there, ready to raise its ugly head again.
My partner and I both dislike breakups, so anytime we had a problem that may drive us apart, we tackled it head-on and resolved it.
I think confronting a problem quickly with your spouse is the greatest method to resolve interpersonal difficulty, rather than isolating and disconnecting.