YOU KNOW WHAT …having enough space or privacy in a relationship is more important for a couple’s happiness than having a good sex life. So what is this hoopla about SPACE in a relationship!
When partners have their own set of interests, friends and time for self, then that makes them happier and less bored. Remember your spouse is NOT ALWAYS your husband or your child’s mother or your parent’s son-in-law or your brother’s bhabhie! The TIME couples get during this space is the only time they get to process their thoughts, pursue hobbies and relax without responsibilities to others! Don`t forget to look into this website to find additional info.
Couples also need space in a relationship so they don’t suffocate each other. Having time apart is extremely healthy and keeps a freshness in the relationship. It encourages each person to maintain their own sense of identity while still being a couple; and it fosters independence and strength rather than neediness and clinginess.
If you are feeling the strain of not having enough “me time” but don’t know how to fit it into a busy schedule, you can still find space and time for yourself in the same house. This “me time” is merely time alone to think, process thoughts and relax. Enjoy the time you have and REMEMBER not to feel guilty. Your need for time for self, has little to do with your relationship or how much you love your partner. Most importantly, don’t keep secrets from your companion. Include your partner in what you did and where you went as much as possible!
One of the key factors that can influence – your need for space – in a relationship is your attachment style. And this attachment style relates to how you bonded with your parents during your upbringing. If they were consistently warm and nurturing towards you, then you have a “secure attachment” and you can generally cope with being together and being apart from you partner.
If on the other hand, you were raised with parents that were – either anxious or rejecting – then this will mean you can have problems with – either being too clingy or needing space – from your partner. So how well you attached to your parents as an infant, often influences how much space you need with your romantic partners as you move through life.
For now, let’s FORGET SEX …the secret to a long-lasting relationship is finally decoded – IT’S SPACE!!!
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