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When my partner and I first got together, we were inseparable. We spent every waking moment together, going on dates, taking trips, and just enjoying each other's company. It felt like we were living in a fairy tale. But as time went on, things started to change. We both got busy with work and other commitments, and our time together became more limited. We started to feel like we were missing out on something, like our relationship wasn't as strong as it used to be. One day, we sat down and had a serious conversation about our priorities. We realized that we had been prioritizing quantity over quality. We were spending so much time together, but it wasn't always quality time. We were often distracted by our phones or other things, and we weren't really present with each other. So we made a decision to change things. We decided to prioritize quality time over quantity, and it was one of the best decisions we ever made for our relationship. We started by setting aside specific times for each other, where we would turn off our phones and really focus on each other. It didn't matter if it was just an hour or two a week, as long as it was quality time. We also started to plan more meaningful activities together. Instead of just going out for dinner or drinks, we would plan things like hiking or taking a cooking cl*** together. It was amazing how much more connected we felt when we were doing something new and exciting together. Of course, there were challenges along the way. It was hard to say no to other commitments or to turn off our phones when we knew there were important emails or texts coming in. But we made a commitment to each other, and we stuck to it. Looking back on our journey, I'm so grateful that we made the decision to prioritize quality time over quantity. It's not always easy, but it's definitely worth it. Our relationship is stronger than ever, and we feel more connected than we ever have before. Of course, everyone's journey is different. Some people might thrive on spending a lot of time together, while others might need more space. The important thing is to communicate with your partner and figure out what works best for both of you. What about you? Have you ever struggled with balancing quantity and quality time in your relationship? What did you do to overcome it? Share your thoughts and stories in the comments below.

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candygymnasticshorse I have to admit, I struggle with this sometimes. It's hard to say no to other commitments or to turn off my phone, but I know it's important to make time for my partner. Thanks for the reminder!
4 weeks ago

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