Saturday, 23 April 2011

T is for Time Out

Benefits of Taking Time Away from Your Partner

How often has your boyfriend or husband got on your nerves? Sometimes, living with someone means you don't get as much space as you need. It is really important that you don't spend so much time together that you begin to annoy each other. There is nothing wrong with going out with your friends, or letting him do something with his buddies. After all, how can you miss each other if you're never apart?

5 comments:

  1. The older I get, the more I appreciate that my partner and I are more interesting people when we have our own space.

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  2. I agree. I love the time I spend with my husband, but I also enjoy the times when we are apart.

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  3. L.L. Woodward - I feel the same way about my boyfriend!

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  4. The same holds true for families living with other relatives. Alone time is important.

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  5. I am in total agreement. My husband and I have our own interests so that we don't kill each other. spending too much time together can be smothering. I enjoyed your post.

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