Olivia Wilde and boyfriend Jason Sudeikis are starry eyed and in love, according to UsMagazine.com. The pair have been “inseparable” says an insider; the couple of nine months have been attached at the hip. The two are living together after only dating for a few months, but they are smitten. Though, the two are in no rush to tie the knot as Wilde divorced her former husband Tao Ruspoli last September after eight years. Sudeikis himself separated from his wife Kay Cannon after six years of marriage in 2010. Since the two have a ‘been there, done that’ attitude, they are in no race to the altar. Rather, the two enjoy squeezing time in to see one another in between hectic work schedules.
How do you know how much time to spend with a significant other?
A new relationship has a honeymoon phase where all you want to do is be with your new partner. Though, where is the line between enjoying each other’s company and suffocating each other? Cupid has some advice:
1. You feel the suffocation: If you are beginning to feel that you are trapped or have no privacy, it’s probably time to put a little distance between your outings. There is nothing wrong with wanting to spend time with your partner, but the two of you also need some space.
2. Nothing to talk about: If the two of you are constantly together, attached at the hip, eventually you are going to run out of things to talk about. You won’t be able to tell them what is new or how your day went, because they already know.
3. Don’t miss them: You need to be able to miss each other. If you do not have space and time to yourselves, the spark is going to disappear. You cannot miss your partner and appreciate the time you truly spend together if you are constantly with one another.
How do you know when you are spending too much time with a partner? Let us know!
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