Dating seeing too much

I’m a writer, I think that’s why this confusion bothers me. What’s a healthy amount of time to spend with the person you’re dating?He lives with his mom, I live with my parents as well. I have many hobbies, still I crave more time with him. He loves spending time awake at night, doing his stuff, while in the daytime he sleeps till about 2 pm. We see each other in the evening, rarely at our homes, because he doesn't like it. If 100 percent of the time is too much, and zero too little, let's try to figure out the sweet spot.Striking a balance is often harder than people might think: People are often strongly compelled to spend time with the new, exciting person in their lives.Time spent alone can also be important for individuals in new relationships, though, and this alone time is just as valid as other needs.

A lack of confidence is not a good position for dating.

Turns out we have polar opposite views on these two confounding words. The explanation for this dating/seeing confusion, as I see it, seems to lie in the biggest scapegoat of modern romance: Hookup Culture.

He thinks we’re seeing each other, I think we’re dating: Communication Fail. We’re both on the same page, just uh, looking at different words? So I gave this stupid syntax wayyyyy more thought than it ever deserved.

New couples must also navigate time spent together with time that is typically devoted to friends and family.

When people are in relationships, their availability to pre-existing relationships change.

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