The #1 Way to Kill Your Romantic Relationship.

This has even more impact than sex life, a relationship psychologist says.

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John Aiken, a relationship psychologist and author agrees: “Couples need space in a relationship so they don’t suffocate each other. Having time apart is extremely healthy and keeps freshness in their relationship. It encourages each person to maintain their own sense of identity while still being a couple, and it fosters independence and strength rather than neediness and clinginess.”

Lust and love yearn at closing the gaps between two people, all while these very gaps are where our strongest desires for one another stem from.

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