Taking a break from dating women
Taking a break in a relationship often spells doom for couples, but it really doesn’t have to.
And she does not want to see a therapist , and she is not willing to take any responsibility for her part in the breakdown , she has no set plan on reconsiliation but does not want a divorce either probably because we have 3 children, which she let's me see when she wants, there is no intimacy from her or sex after 3 month separate living and she won't want to discuss our problems I am allowed to date anyone , If party 1 tells party 2 that they need a break to figure things out, but is seeing someone else of their interest, isn't that wrong?
As with everything within a relationship, it's up to the partners themselves to decide what they're comfortable with during the separation, especially regarding how much and what kind of intimacy in dating is allowed.
But I would have to imagine that intimacy during the separation would make getting back together afterward difficult (although not impossible).
The explicitly temporary nature of the separation implies the hope of eventual reconciliation and renewed intimacy within the relationship, but the experience of intimacy with someone else during the separation may only make that reconciliation harder to achieve, because that hope may seem less sincere.(Ironically, this may imply that couples may find it easier to reconcile after a "permanent" separation—one with no set ending date—than after a temporary one, especially if one or both partners saw other people in the meantime, simply because with the permanent separation there is no expectation of reconciliation and less feelings of betrayal to overcome.)Let's learn something from Ross: a "break" is not a "break-up," and if you are in a temporary separation, remember the ultimate goal is to get back together with your partner.
Given that goal, for all intents and purposes you are still involved with that person.
I’m not telling you to go on ten coffee dates this weekend.