I have been reading through your threads, and I am going to be honest with you, I don't think you are ready to breed (if that is what you are doing). I could be wrong, but that is just what I am assuming, especially since you didn't know what the signs of stress are in a fish or if they are ready to breed. What most people here are told is to do research and get ready to breed for at least a few months. It is very easy to get excited about making baby bettas but it is just as easy to overlook the reality of the care it will take. Here is a VERY basic list of breeding necessities:
-At least a ten gallon tank for breeding in (CANNOT be the male or the female's tank, has to be a different one for territorial reasons)
-At least a 20 gallon grow out tank for the fry
-Live baby brine shrimp (which require an air pump and airstone)
-Live worms (not the kind adult bettas eat, but the teeny nearly-microscopic worms)
-Live food for the adults during conditioning
-Lots of 1 gallon jars/containers for when you separate the male baby bettas
Having bred them before, I know that it is a lot of work, SO much more work than you would think. That is why I say to not do it for a few months, and if you still want to after that then do it. By then you will also have more experience with bettas also.