Do you have a hard time wrapping your mind around those couples who spend every waking moment together? You know the ones — they’re attached at the hip in public, then they go home and probably sit on each other’s laps until bed time where they proceed to spoon all night long. They can barely tolerate the time they have to be apart for work, and all they can think about is when they can be in each other’s presence again. You might have thought at some point that was what it meant to be in a relationship — constant, joyous togetherness. I know I did… until I realized I’m entitled to some me time. Lots of it, in fact. As much as I could possibly want. There is no one size fits all relationship model, which is a good sign for people who need a lot of alone time.
1. IT TAKES LONGER TO REALLY BE COMFORTABLE AROUND SOMEONE.
You’re so used to having your mornings to yourself, that him being there when your alarm goes off really throws off your routine. What’s so wrong with wanting to keep some of your weird morning habits to yourself for awhile.