I'd say our relationship is very balanced, and a lot of that is owed to the fact that we take time for ourselves."Person 2: I think it's okay.If you want to be with that person then I think you should spend however much time you want with them.I think it's good to spend a portion of your time but shouldn't smother one another. I cherish our time together, but even though we are incredibly close and we share a lot of things, we also have our separate lives outside of the relationship.I feel everyone should get a little "me" time every once in awhile. I have personal responsibilities, goals, relationships, and interests that are mine alone and often don't involve him, and he respects that.We text each other all the time though with breaks in between when we are busy. Rebecca's response: "I pretty much agree with what Brandon said.I think it's important to have a balance of spending time together - just the couple alone and then also as a couple in group interactions like last night, time with just friends, and time alone too ("me" time).I also posted a status on my Facebook Page asking: I asked a mixture of single people and those who are not these questions. I will also include those who commented on the post on this article as well. But if you're always hanging out but never go on a date the romance starts to diminish.Brandon's response: "Well over the summer we seen each other 2-3 times a week average. Those individual qualities make you a more exciting person to be around when you're together. If you want to Marry someone Romance needs to stay alive.
He, too, has many aspects of his life (relationships, goals, responsibilities, and interests) that have little to do with his life with me.
He's been there for me more than most of my friends have.
When you get in a relationship your boyfriend or girlfriend becomes your top priority, and I believe spending a lot of your time with them is all part of it." "It's OK to spend all that time together because you truly need to know someone well if you plan on spending the rest of your life with them..
While I love my significant other and I hope to be with him for a very long time, I still have to hold onto my own identity and independence.
Josh pushes me to succeed, is my greatest confidant, my most loyal ally, my dearest friend, and I believe him to be my soulmate, but having a life apart from his gives me a chance to grow and be the strongest person I can be by myself so that I can reach my goals, AND so that I can be stronger for him when he needs it most.