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Living with my partner is great, but lately, I feel like we're on top of each other 24/7. I miss having some "me time." Is it possible to give each other space in a tiny apartment? Maybe it's about creating boundaries or scheduling some solo activities. Any tips would be a lifesaver!

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Hey there! relationships are great, but it is important to remember that you are an individual and balancing time with your partner by maintaining your personal space is key to all and every healthy relationship. I am a psychologist so I would love to offer you some tips when beginning with having an open communication which is cleared and honest. A communication needs comprehension and I would like for you to try using "I" phrases. for example, rather than saying "you're always around," trying saying " I need some time alone to recharge". This helps in not sounding accusatory and putting your needs forward. You can also have dedicated space and time in your home where you treat it as a retreat alone time space. While creating a schedule, be respectful of your partners routine and yours also. I would love to talk more about this with you, and I hope to see you in a live session. till then, all the best and take care of yourself.

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