Time apart may help your marriage succeed

| May 21, 2021 | Family Law |

As a general rule, the person who you marry is the person you are most likely to call your best friend. However, spending too much time together could cause problems that might ultimately be resolved by a Wisconsin judge. This is because it is impossible for your spouse to meet all of your needs and allow you to feel fulfilled in life.

Be sure to spend quality time with your spouse

Spending too much time with your partner can dilute the quality of the experiences that you have with them. Ideally, you will reserve the time that you spend with your partner to engage in fun activities such as cooking, painting or listening to music.

You need your privacy

It’s not uncommon for humans to feel uncomfortable when they are constantly being watched or analyzed. For instance, you may not have as much fun playing video games with your friends when your spouse is around because you aren’t free to be yourself. If you work at home, it’s important to have a private area where you can meet with clients, take phone calls or complete other tasks. Without that space, it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to meet the needs of your clients, employees or boss. Over time, you may resent the fact that your success in life is correlated to how far away your spouse is at any given time.

It’s important to maintain your own identity

Losing your sense of self can be a key sign that you are in a toxic relationship. As a general rule, a marriage only works if both parties are allowed to be their true selves around each other. If you don’t feel that way, it may be time to contact a family law attorney for guidance.