We are no longer together but this is how it was:
We were co-workers...9 1/2 hrs a day, 4 days a week working around eachother or together...3 hrs in between the time we get off work and see eachother again and most weekends were spent together. We did usually take a day or two out of 7 for ourselves but these were usually work nights so that we could enjoy the day and do something during the day on our days off because the time that we had after work was from 7:30 - bed time.
We never really had anytime to step away and deal with fights, break-ups, disagreements, etc... and I feel like this could have been one of the reasons why it ended between us.
Asked by Anonymous at 1:08 PM on Apr. 3, 2009 in Relationships
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I think the saying "absence makes the heart grow fonder" is true. Just because you need space doesn't mean you don't love each other, it means you are healthy. If you spend all your time with one person, never taking a break and doing things separately, eventually you are going to feel either trapped or like you cant do anything without them. It is unhealthy to be this way in my opinion because then you are too dependant on someone else and if they leave (or pass) then you are lost. Having other interests allows you to take a break form the monotonous days and feel excited to see you SO. Just my opinion. but I do think it helps. It is probably better not to dwell on past relationships, but use them as lessons for future ones. Prayers!
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