The spring break is one of the most enjoyable times to hang out with your friends, pop out of the city for a holiday, win pizza-eating contest and make out with a handsome guy at the party. What can be better that bright sunshine, blooming flowers and blue sky? But unfortunately, some of these things are not available to people in relationships.
Which begs the question, is spring break more enjoyable for singles? That is not an easy question, but we will try to find the answer. To be honest, life is short and spring break is even shorter.
If you really want to have a crazy spring break, you should go for it. If you think that your relationship ties you, you need to break free. All you need to do is to listen to your heart. We have questioned five women to know their feelings about being in a relationship on spring break. Let's read what they said about it.
#1. This woman thinks she can have the same good time with both her man and her friends.
“For me spring break means spending time with people I love, including my friends and my partner. It doesn't matter to me whether I will dance at parties with my BF or stay at home with my boyfriend, we still have a great time together.”
— Mary, 24.
#2. This lady don’t think that relationships prevent her from having fun.
“I don't feel restricted by my love life at all. The same things I can do when I am single, I can do with my man.”
— Tanya, 22.
#3. This woman thinks that if you want to hang out with random boys on spring break while you are dating someone, you just don’t love your man.
“For me it's okay. I can do everything I want — except making out with random folks. I think If you love and respect each other, spring break and other holidays can be just as awesome as everyone else's. If you think you that you cannot have fun, while you are in a relationship, it is a sign that you don't want to be in a relationship.”
— Rachael, 26.
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#4. This lady claims her feelings depend on the relationship she's in.
Three years ago I spent amazing spring break traveling with my ex boyfriend across the country and it was unforgettable time. However, once I went on an awesome trip abroad with my friends... everyone was hanging out, and I spent most of the time in my room trying to call my partner. We end up a relationship two weeks after I got home for strange reasons and I'm sort of regret that I was not single during that trip.
— Melissa, 25.
#5. This woman claims that if you want to be single on spring break, you should end up your relationship.
“If you want to be single on spring break, you are in a wrong relationship.”
— Katy, 23.
However you decide to spend your spring break, you should be honest with your man. If you are ready to hang out with another guy, make sure you are not in a relationship.
We at BetterMe want everyone to know and experience true love. It is out there for everyone and until it knocks on your door we are here to remind you that you deserve the best love!
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