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SPACE... How much space is too much SPACE in a relationship?? Posted on 07-25-2008
sabrinaashields17

OK MY Chicas and Chicos Ok Here's NEW one for ya... SO you in a commited relationship with someone and you knew when you first met them that they were kinda a FLIRT.. and had many FEMALE Friends but u luv HIM/Her never the less SO BE HONEST HOW MUCH SPACE WOULD YOU GIVE THEM?? ( ARE U THE ONE WHO CHECKS HIS/HER PHONE... PICKS UP THE OTHER LINE TO EASE DROP ECT....
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sabrinaashields17 replied on 07-25-2008 12:07PM [Reply]
Same Here I Feel With No Love There Is No Trust!! I Have Soooo Many Friends That Check There Mans Phone Its Not Even Funny!!
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sabrinaashields17 replied on 07-25-2008 12:12PM [Reply]
Word THATS WAS UP NO POINT AT ALL!!
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sabrinaashields17 replied on 07-25-2008 12:18PM [Reply]
Hi Lyndsey, Im Sure U Know My Name By Now Sabrina Lolz
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C Nels replied on 07-25-2008 01:06PM [Reply]
I'd give em all the space they needed. I'm not the insecure type, I know that I'd be doing my part and I'd expect the same. So I'm not gonna eavesdrop, check email accounts or go through phones to make sure that everything is on the up and up. Like it's been said, trust is the key to a successful relationship.
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sabrinaashields17 replied on 07-25-2008 01:11PM [Reply]
YES Im Hispanic
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sabrinaashields17 replied on 07-25-2008 01:12PM [Reply]
THATS A GOOD POint C NELS
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sabrinaashields17 replied on 07-25-2008 01:20PM [Reply]
COOOL SO DO U sPEAK SPAnish OR CAN U JUST UnderSTAND IT??
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replied on 07-25-2008 01:25PM [Reply]
Honestly there should not be a time in a relationship that a discussion of needing space should come up. Assuming both parties in the relationship are "handling their business." In other words, if you are working towards accomplishing your achievements and he is doing the same then having a significant other is an accessory, not an necessity. If you are used to your significant other being around you damn near 24/7 and being available for every phone call and immediate text message response, then you have too much time on your hands. I dont believe in supervising grown people. You should trust your significant other to be who they are-and if you feel like they are untrust worthy and need to be checked on then thats a problem. You are what you attract.....
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sabrinaashields17 replied on 07-25-2008 01:29PM [Reply]
I AGREE 100% With That Last Comment!!!
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