Our expert says:
How good are the reasons for which you break it of ? And how good are the reasons for getting back together again ? Is there actual consistent pleasure in the relationship itself, or is it driven mainly by a fear of being alone ? Why not see a good psychotherapist or counsellor to work towards better understanding all this and making a more informed and wise decision ?
Maybe that, as a first stage, would be best, for you to understand what you actually want and need. Then, if it seems continuing the relationship would be wise, consider the pair of you entering relationship counselling to see if it can be worked out.
"Truth" is wrong - it is usually far better to be on one's own and ( with counselling if needed ) contentedly so, than in a miserable relationship.
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