Most of the time, for me it does. I like my space, and am not a clingy person. I am okay if my partner has his own life with friends, but we do need to spend time together once in a while.
If he hasn't contacted me in a week, I start to worry and will call or text. If he responds saying he's just busy with work and we will have date night later, then I am content with that answer and will look forward to our date night.
If he doesn't respond and it's another week that goes by, I grow detached and want to move on. So it needs to be a balance.
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I certainly miss my crush when I don't see her, so yeah.
Not necessarily, no. However, it could be argued. The reason as to why i said no was because people may tell you that they love you but in reality, they may just be cheating you behind your back. As a result, it would be more difficult for you to find out if they were doing it. Therefore, sending the relationship into decline. On the other hand, if both individuals have the same commitment, feelings and attraction towards one another then i certainly believe that distance makes the heart grow fonder. The fact that you can't see, touch, feel so anything with the other person makes it extremely difficult and you heart craves all of that. Not having something completely will always want you leading more