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Space In Relationship

Space And Isolation In Relationships Are Thriving And Flourishing


Love is one of the most complex emotion. We want closeness with our partner in love but still need our own private space. Finding a perfect equilibrium between togetherness and space can be a daunting task. It is definitely not easy but it’s worth the efforts in order to live a happier life together. Space in a relationship is termed as giving some time off each other to talk to their inner self to gain some peace of mind and to do things which they would have not done otherwise. Everybody needs space in a relationship and it is a very necessary component to strengthen any relationship. If both partners give space to each other, they would value each other more and would miss each other more which in turn would bond them together furthermore. Moreover, everyone at some point in time or the other need time alone to get connected to their inner soul and listen to their heart.

Romantic relationships are often confusing. It craves for a lot of togetherness but at the same time shouts out loud for space so that it can grow and flourish. Knowing how to be together yet have space is a talent that every couple must know. Handling and maintaining these two things can make a relationship healthy and prosperous.

All relationships start with the two partners wanting to spend all their time together. They don’t even crave or need for time alone. It is only after the honeymoon is over that the issue of private space arises. That’s when the real relationship begins. And that is when the reality seeps in.

Excess or too much of anything is bad. Sugar is sweet but too much of it not only spoils the taste but also is bad for health. Likewise, too much love all the time is great but is not healthy in the long run for any relationship. Sometimes one needs to take a break so that they can appreciate the love that they have. After all, you can’t long for or crave for something that is front of you all the time. It is only when you are alone, will you miss being with your lover. Moreover, when you get too much of the same thing over and over again, it gets stale and boring. It loses its appeal and becomes lackluster.

We all need space to breathe or else it will lead to suffocation. A seedling needs at least a few inches of space all around it so that it can grow its branches and strengthen its roots. Likewise, love too needs space so that it can grow and become stronger. You can’t lip lock with your lover forever. At some point you will need to have some fresh air. You and your partner must understand and accept that giving space in a relationship is essential. If you don’t give space to each other, it won’t be long before at least one of you shouts out loud asking for space. Don’t let that happen to you. Take due diligence and avoid the space crisis in your relationship.

It is important to realize that two partners may have different needs of togetherness when it comes to emotionally as well as intimately. It becomes problematic when one partner is too needy while the other seeks more liberation. Finding a way to balance two different levels of needs of two partners can be challenging. It may be difficult, but not impossible. You must realize the importance of space in a relationship and how it can make or break things.

Though it is important to have space in a relationship. Too little space may not seem sufficient. Too much space can be dangerous. When there is too little space in a relationship, it can lead to smothering. When there is too much space, it may lead to losing the connection that you once had. It is common saying, out of sight out of mind. Giving too much space is as detrimental to a relationship as too little space. When you give too much space, it is possible that you slowly drift apart without even realizing it and then one fine day you may notice how far away the two of you gone off from each other.

There is no perfect prescription for balancing space in a relationship. The best advice is to spend as much time together as you feel like but without burdening or overwhelming your partner. Also, let your partner have as much alone time as they need. If you can do that, you would have created the right amount of space in your relationship.
Date Posted/Updated On: 12/07/2016
Author: ispace1


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