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If I'm seeing this correctly it looks like the tile was put down on top of carpet. If that's the case, than that's the problem. There isn't a solid base and when you step on the floor your heels or sharp edges go right through it. Also, these may be the inexpensive tile floor pieces that they sell at Lowes or Home Depot. They cost about $1.00 each and ...
As per my opinion You should replace the bathroom tile all together is the best thing to do. If this is not possible for financial or aesthetic reasons, injecting an epoxy glue solution underneath the tile to re-bond it to the sub floor is the only other option.
You could use epoxy concrete patch. Note your floor needs to be flat, meaning no bumps or ridges. It can be sloped in one direction consistently, but it has to be flat.
If properly installed, this tile should never break under normal use. This is a defect in workmanship. The installer did not put down enough thinset under the tiles which caused them to have large voids under them. You can see the void in your pictures, and it is especially visible in the last photo. At this point there is not much you can do beyond ...
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