jusy try and try it again until you master it . .
I took a 4 month or so break, when I got back on osu! it felt like my first time playing all over it again.I took a 4 month break too.
Haha but yeah OP it should be fine as long as you get a few plays in every now and then while on a break.
Toco: if a map feels boring to you, it means you're playing it only to pass it - which is why you're not learning to read maps correctly.*Looks at accuracy, plays for the past year and plays since I started*
You need a different goal while playing. Instead of thinking "I just want to pass this map", try thinking "I want an SS". i.e. aim to 100% accuracy every run.
If you try doing this, you'll have to think about things differently, and even low level maps would become very fun.
Note: if you suddenly get a 100, don't just quit. Your accuracy will drop below 100% and 100% will no longer be possible, but keep aiming to be as close to 100% as still possible in the rest of the run. The point is - try to hit everything for a 300. This will teach you to read maps correctly.
If you're not actively trying to read the map correctly, you'll be stuck just mashing keys "more or less" by when and where, and this will prevent you from improving to higher levels.