Your need for ‘alone time’ is determined by your personality and your ‘attachment style.’…
Having enough space, or privacy, in a relationship is even more important to a couple’s happiness than a good sex life, according to a recent unpublished analysis of data from an ongoing federally funded longitudinal study.
And women tend to be more unhappy with the amount of space in their marriage than men.
“Space gives people time to process thoughts, pursue hobbies and relax without responsibilities to others. And the time apart gives partners something new to talk about.”
Read more: How to Negotiate for More Space in Your Relationship – WSJ.com http://on.wsj.com/KK2EG2
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