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Episode 29: Do You Need Time and Space to be Alone?

Producer: Jill Cox-Cordova
Tech Op/Editor: Anthony Cordova
Music: Gifford Ivan Cordova III
Podcast Art: Nick Zinkie
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Be You: Make Time for Yourself

In this week’s episode, Jill and Tony agreed that there’s nothing wrong with spending time and space away from your partner every now and then, but don’t do it too much.

Jill told listeners to take time for self-care.

She has more advice:

  • Recognize who you are as a couple and who you are as an individual. Learn to love both identities.
  • Take turns doing what your partner likes to do and doing what you enjoy as well. Don’t make it one-sided.
  • Don’t forget your friends, unless you find they are not good for you or your relationship.

Meanwhile, Tony also advised listeners to do things on your own occasionally.

He has a few more tips:

  • Remember who you are as a person. Retaining who you are as an individual is important.
  • Don’t overdo it. Spending too much time with your friends or alone can be a sign that there may be a problem in your relationship.
  • Create a balance in your relationship. Talk to your partner; find out what works best for both of you.

What has worked for you? Which of these tips have you tried? Leave your answers in the comments section. Don’t forget to subscribe or catch up on listening to all of our episodes.

2 comments on “Episode 29: Do You Need Time and Space to be Alone?

  1. Mary Ellen Vogel says:

    Denis and I have so many common interests it makes spending time together easy. We also have individual interests, a good thing because getting away from each other makes the heart grow fonder, I think. I go to my art and writer’s functions, which gives him time alone. Sometimes he spends time in Thailand or visiting his brother without me. It’s good to miss each other once in a while. Hahahaha

    1. @jillccwrites2 says:

      Lol! Agreed! ❤️

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