"I'm just really focusing on loving myself, doing good things for myself," Mongeau said, before explaining that she doesn't really want to "force" or "rush" anything at the moment. "[I'm] trying to really focus on my mental health and physical health and help my followers do the same and see where life takes me."
And while it's unclear how permanent this "break" is, Mongeau's comments were made during a press conference she was hosting for Paul's boxing match with British YouTuber, Gib — so it's obvious the two are still on good terms.
Not only that, but she once again reiterated that she has nothing but love for Paul, telling the publication that, "if you love someone so much sometimes you have to let them go."
"I feel like if we're both meant to be, we'll come back together," Mongeau said. "And if not, I'll always have a love for him and an experience shared with him that I have for no one else and I will be a supportive friend."
That said, on a separate phone call with Page Six, Paul seemed to be a little more focused on his upcoming match — and his newfound love of boxing.
"Tana's been super supportive. We ended things on great terms, we're friends," Paul said. "I guess I fell in love with the sport of boxing and fell out of love with Tana."