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  • Well, is this matter that you're actualy getting sick of her, or just that you think it she migh be getting sick of you, and taking some of the spark out of the relationship? If you actualy would like to see less of her, then I'd advise you to just tell her, if she doesn't understand there's no help for it, a healthy relationship has it's ups and it's downs, you can't be on the same wavelength 24/7. If you think she's getting tired of you, then maybe you should just come right out and tell her your feelings on the matter, ask her if she ever gets sick of being around you so much. I mean, what's a relationship if you can't be honest?
  • Relationships are about compromise. If you have not tried this already, I suggest taking taking smaller steps. Perhaps you could try talking on the phone instead of seeing each other for a while.
  • i would leave her if she wont let you do anything but spend time with her
  • There is such a thing as being together too much. People have school, homework, library time, study groups, People have friends they want to spend time with. People have chores like cleaning their rooms and doing laundry, taking cate of pets. People have a need for alone time just to regroup, think, take a nap, spend time with family. Have a cat with her about your needs for time by yourself. Communication and compromise. Together 7-9:00 or Tuesday and Thursdays. It doesnt have to be all or nothing or presented as breaking up.
  • There is such a thing as being together too much. People have school, homework, library time, study groups, People have friends they want to spend time with. People have chores like cleaning their rooms and doing laundry, taking cate of pets. People have a need for alone time just to regroup, think, take a nap, spend time with family. Have a chat with her about your needs for time by yourself. Communication and compromise. Together 7-9:00 or Tuesday and Thursdays. It doesnt have to be all or nothing or presented as breaking up.
  • probably leave her

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