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If i meet my boyfriend for more than 3 times a week, i will get tired of him. Does it mean that i do not love him anymore?

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Last Updated: 01/21/2020 at 7:12am
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August 13th, 2019 8:46pm
It depends on how many people you have in your social circle. Do you have a lot of friends? Do you consider coworkers to be friends, and work is part socializing? Studies have shown that humans can only handle so many relationships at one time, then it becomes too stressful. Do you feel a need to cut out some activities or people to spend more time with your boyfriend? Or do you prioritize your time with friends over your boyfriend? I think your answer to that will tell you everything you need to know. He may simply not be enough to fulfill your needs.
September 17th, 2019 7:29am
Absolutely not. Everyone has a different love style. It simply means that you need more space. Distance can strengthen a bond in the long run. There are many married couples that actually live in separate homes because that is just their way. No one can define your best way of loving someone but you. Be open about how much time you need to yourself without neglecting your partner too much. Balance is key, and making it to the other end of the tightrope takes a strong equal force of one part understanding and one part communication, all coming from a place of love.
January 21st, 2020 7:12am
Love is subjective, everyone loves in a different way. Most importantly is to figure out why are u getting tired of him. Is it because of his character or you prefer a different type of hanging out maybe?