Prior to marriage, when trying to determine if you and your partner are compatible, how can one define what is healthy when it comes to spending time with one's partner? If, for example, you or your partner requires a lot of alone time after work, as well as time with friends, how much time should one make for his or her partner? How much time should you want to spend with your partner in order to know if it will work when you are living with one another, sharing a space, and trying to balance work, friendships, exercise, alone time, etc.?
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