If you do not currently date anyone, just think about how much time you would like to spend on average per week with that person.3.
Do you think it is wrong or bad for couples to spend every weekend, holiday, or what seems like every available free moment together?
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.
One can be too dependent on their partner to the point where they can't function successfully or stand on their own two feet without 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.Your partner is usually the one that's going to be there for you no matter what, they always got your back.I spend the majority of my time with my boyfriend because he's my person.