Mindfulness Activities to Calm YOU
Every healthy relationship needs space from time to time. Giving ourselves space that is separate from our relationship allows us to still maintain individuality. Having physical space or uninterrupted time to ourselves allows us to pay closer attention to our emotions. Sometimes space is necessary to realize what our needs are and how we can best take care of ourselves, separate from our relationships. By giving ourselves space to think and process our emotions, we also reduce the likelihood of lashing out at our partners or using other poor communication methods. Overall, space provides emotional clarity, the opportunity to take care of our specific needs and a sense of individuality that we all can benefit from.
  1. Be Happy with Yourself

There are lots of activities and engaging moments you enjoy alone before getting into any relationship. Being in contact with a partner shouldn’t make you lose yourself, what you love doing or who you’ve always wanted to be. However, not having space in a relationship might make you forget the real you. It is essential for lovers to continue with their independent life outside of their relationship. Spending sometimes with yourself helps in discovering yourself and brings various experiences to the link, which enables the bond to grow stronger.

2. Communicate With Your Partner

In order to create space in your relationship, you will need to openly communicate with your partner. Discuss with them when, how and why you may need periods of time to yourself. By being honest and upfront about your needs, your partner will know how they can accommodate for you. This may serve as a great opportunity for them to communicate the space they also need with you too. Communicating that you may need space doesn’t mean that you don’t enjoy spending time with one another or that something is “wrong” in your relationship. It’s healthy to be able to recognize and respect that everyone needs space from time to time, and that includes your partner and yourself.

3. Watch Your Relationship Blossom

Space makes you feel happier with other activities and people around you. Time alone often allows couples space to process their thoughts, follow interests, and reconnect, among others, without any responsibility. Couples need space, so they don’t suffocate each other Having time apart encourages independence and freshness in a relationship. You’ll be happier for it, and your relationship will bloom.

4.    Schedule Time for Self-Care

While spending quality time with your partner is important, it’s equally important to spend quality time with yourself. Consider how you can take part in selfcare on your own, in a way that is fulfilling and rejuvenating for you. Perhaps you want to find time in the mornings to go on solo walks and practice mindfulness. Or maybe you want to devote some nights to yourself to journal or read at night, instead of always watching tv shows with your partner. Scheduling time for self-care means that you are prioritizing your wellbeing so that you can also be a better partner in your relationship. It’s not selfish; it’s actually necessary.
5. You Shouldn’t Lose “You” in the Name “Love”
Love makes us do unimaginable and crazy things at times, which makes us lose ourselves in a relationship. Taking some moments in a relationship helps at a period when we are overwhelmed with love and have forgotten who we are. However, spending some time apart makes us always remember yourselves as a person instead of yourselves as a partner.

  1. Set Boundaries
Part of what makes up a healthy relationship is setting boundaries with your partner. There are many different types of boundaries we can set, but an important one is deciding on when you may need space from one another. Talk openly with your partner about boundaries you want to set for time to yourself, to focus on important things like work or self-care.

7. Having All of the Time Could Lead to Unnecessary Arguments.

In a relationship, you can’t agree on every decision made. Being with your partner 24/7 can lead to unnecessary fights and arguments. However, some space can help keep respect and composure in other to avoid the little argument that can lead to fighting.

  1. Broaden Your Support System
While we may not be able to see our friends or other family members in person right now, it’s still important to maintain those relationships too. Reach out to your friends and continue to nurture those connections separate from your relationships. Broadening our support system is important because we may need different people in our lives to talk about different things and form different bonds with them.

9. It Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

Have you noticed that you miss your partner more when you are apart? You think about your partner more, and you have time to reflect on your relationship tracks. Then spice things us when you are together. In a relationship, spending time alone helps you appreciate your partner and remind you how much you both love each other. It brings memories of exciting moments and, of course, increases the mutual feelings towards each other. How can you think of separation when all you miss your partner Immensely.

10. It Helps to Create Vital Time for Other People

There are people in your life before your partner came in; friends, family, colleagues, etc. Make real connections with families and friends that genuinely care about you and expand your network to accommodate new people. Your world should not revolve around your partner only. Spending quality time with other people in your life strengthens the relationship you have with them. If you argue or fight in the future, these are people you can rely on for help.

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