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Privacy In Relationship

Privacy And Solitude In Relationships Are Indispensable And Obligatory


Love is an emotion that we feel with, or for, a person. Yes, it is possible to love yourself alone but here we are talking about romantic love. So, for romantic love, we need another person. After all, some of the best moments of our lives are the ones we spend with our lover. Some of the most picturesque photos in your album are the ones that have someone special with you in them. Life becomes better when we have someone special to share it with. Yet, we all need privacy and solitude in our relationship.

No matter how much we are in love and how much we cherish our romantic relationship, we still need to make some of our own memorable and special moments. When we try and experience new things on our own and then bring those wonderful moment to our relationship, it make it a lot more exciting and fresh. While it is important to grow your relationship, it is equally important to grow your individuality as well and for that we need to give privacy to each other.

Spending time together in a relationship is a great thing but losing your individuality in the process is not. If you get too close to your partner, you will lose your individualism. If you get to close to yourself, you will lose the togetherness with your partner. Hence, it’s important to master the art of getting as close as possible to your partner without sacrificing being in your own privacy. You should make an effort to stay close enough as well as far enough so that that you don’t lose your personal identity and you don’t dilute the bond that you share together.

Make a list of activities that you want to do with your partner and things that you would rather do alone. For instance, you may want to watch a movie cuddling up with your partner on the couch. But you may want to watch a documentary on global warming and its connection with the depleting rainforests alone with full concentration and without any disturbances because that’s what fascinates you. There is nothing wrong in doing something like this. You and your partner must understand and agree to do things alone as well as a couple.

There are a few things like taking some important decisions or analyzing the pros and cons of something that require us to be alone. We need full concentration without any disturbances when we are dealing with critical issues. When we drive on the freeway, we maintain a safe distance with other vehicles in order to avoid any possible collisions. Same way, when there is some safe distance between the two partners, there are less chances of accidents and conflicts. This is why having privacy is a relationship is so important.

We all want to be close to our partner but we also want some level of privacy. Matured couples realize this and make proactive efforts to giving privacy to each other. It may be a good idea to specify the private space and try not to occupy that region. So long as you have your private alone time and have time to think about life, everything seems to be place. Having a close-knit loving relationship as well as having privacy is like having the best of both the worlds.
Date Posted/Updated On: 12/06/2016
Author: ispace1


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