Sure, there are times when it's really obvious that you hit it off— or really obvious that you didn't— but things aren't always so clear.
Finding out you like something and acting on a curiosity doens't take away from your existing sexuality, it just adds to it.
Nobody wants to admit that they're spiraling into a totally illogical place. But we all do it, so it's nothing to feel embarrassed about.
Taking a break makes sure that you're prioritizing your needs, rather than just going along with whoever is interested.
Tried and true — laughter is always a turn-on.
Every relationship is different and just because you haven't hit certain milestones by a certain time doesn't mean you should panic or see it as a red flag.
Some people don't even seem to trust themselves, let alone anyone else, while many felt that trust was something you had to earn.
Not only does being single do you a world of good generally, there are also certain times in your life when being single is just a better option.
You can, and should, tailor a breakup to your specific partner and relationship. But if you want to make sure that you're breaking up with kindness and mindfulness, this is where you should start.
The important thing to remember is that sometimes, even without one huge reason, it's totally OK to break up.