When you’re in a happy and healthy relationship with a partner you truly love, it’s tempting to want to spend all your free time with your signifiant other. You two have made a choice to be together because you love each other, respect and trust each other, and hopefully have a great time together. So, why *wouldn’t* you want to spend as much time together as possible? Well, sometimes a little space is actually good for your relationship, as this post from WoodTV suggests.
No matter how well the two of you get along or how much fun you have together, it’s important to have your own lives, social groups, and hobbies that you explore separately. When you have things that you spend time doing while you’re apart from each other, you have more to talk about when you are together, and you’ll both feel as if your individual interests are being nurtured and enriched, avoiding any possible resentment in the relationship later on. Creating a good balance between togetherness and having your own time to yourselves is important for any healthy relationship to flourish and withstand any tough times that may eventually come your way. For more on why space is good for your relationship, read on.
Read the full article here: How a Little Space is Good for a Relationship