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Maybe not a need, but I'd think it would be a want.. If this is someone you plan to spend your life with, well then wouldn't that be an every day thing🤔 Life is short, wasted time is something we can't get back, why wouldn't two people in love want to spend as much time together while they can because we never know when someone's time is up, and then it's too late..73
Guess it depends on what you mean by need.
Need in order to have a healthy relationship?
No, but it would be an oddity to go a full 24 hours without talking in normal circumstances. If you're traveling. If you're doing something special for work that requires a multi day grind. Anything that soaks up a large enough part of your time/thought energy
Then yes. Not talking for a day isn't a big deal. If you're just derping around and don't at a minimum have some acknowledgement in my opinion that's usually not a good sign
I don't think you need it to have a health relationship. But I think all healthy relationships have this and that it's only rare scenarios where they miss a day.20
Yes and no.
If it's the right person, you can just hang out and cuddle and play video games and say pretty much nothing all day and be fine, because you are still enjoying eachother's company.
Thats because even if you are literally the same person in 2 different bodies, you will run out of stuff to say sometimes. it's NOT a good sign if that silence is from not agreeing on things, or wanting to do different things, or be around other people instead of your SO. (which is different from having friends and including your SO)10
What Girls & Guys Said
"NEED to?" I WANT to talk to my partner every day!70
I personally think it’s important. Even if it’s just a “hi Goodmorning I love you” you never know when it’s your lovers last day being a live and you may just regret not talking to that person that one day before that person passes. Always always always reach out to tell a loved one you love them everyday30
I don't think you need to but I think when you have a good relationship with someone you kind of fall into a natural pattern of communicating regularly.
These days we have email, texts and WhatsApp/social media.
So the way we do that really is up to the person.. But I think a sign of a good relationship is one where both parties are happy with the level of communication, love and respect shared. There's no. Real set it's basically what works for you to maintain that connection.30
Fuck yes. If you can't call me once a day then what tf are you here for? How tf you expect to live together some day? We gone not talk for a day? Hell nahh20
God no. I think most people in relationships will talk pretty often, and if I'm away I always send a goodnight text, but its not a moral requirement. Some days people will want to talk and other days less so, putting a pressure to talk everyday is unhealthy20
Need to? No.
But why would you want to be with someone who doesn't want you in their life everyday?
Life is too short to be left on read for days at a time.40
Depends on the couple. Personally, I'd be very upset if my partner didn't talk to me every day. It would make me feel like I wasn't important to her.
There are 24 hours in a day. It's a pretty bad sign (in my opinion) that someone who is supposed to be the most important person to you can't take 30 minutes to an hour out of those 24 hours to talk to you.10
I want to talk to him every single second lmao, or just be with him every second, IM stupidly in love, but yes i do realise we need space sometimes , because time apart could be beneficial for us, yet hurts being apart, but i try to keep myself busy when he's not around, and just focus on my self and things.10
I think it is important that they do, checking in on your significant other even during hard and tough times is important, communication is key!
This doesn't mean suffocating your partner but it means to be there to support them and be there for them if they need10
Not necessary, and not healthy if they feel like they HAVE TO as it was a job. You talk to the other because you WANT TO. Everyday is not necessary, but generally, if love is really involved, you talk to the other more than willingly as many times as you can.10
Depends on the relationship and the two (or more... it's the 21st century) people involved in that relationship. It also depends on their individual personalities. Shy/private/quiet people in a loving committed relationship may speak with one another very infrequently. Meanwhile, chatterboxes that are just getting together to bang it out may chat frequently.10
There’s a natural want to. A gravity.
Depends on the relationship and what you want out of it I suppose.30
in my opinion yes even if its a couple texts i could bot deal w a partner who skips talking to me for an entire day.30
On the days that my partner and I aren’t physically together, we are messaging/texting throughout the day and checking in with each other. I can’t imagine not doing that everyday.10
I´d say no, but that´s of a personal answer. Because I don´t talk to a person if I don´t have a reason to do so.21
it’s not about “needing” to talk to each other, that sounds forced or like a chore…
it’s about wanting and enjoying to spend time with someone you love, which I for sure do!20
Not every day, that's not necessary. But often, whenever they have something to share with each other.20
they generally want to. a day off or such is fine. You really want to keep the connection flowing, even if it is routine at times.10
Communication is important. You don't need to be obsessive, but some level of conversation everyday is needed if you don't live together.10
Well I am quite sure there are occasions in every relationship where there will be days when they are apart and not able to talk with one another.10
Of course they don't need to. I think this all has to do with their personalities. I would want to say that it's probably not a good sign if you can go days without speaking and be okay with it but then again, if both people are just the types to enjoy the quiet and enjoy time alone with our thoughts then I'm sure that doesn't I mean it's going to have a negative impact on their relationship or how much they love each other in every circumstance. But if you go days without speaking because you just don't like each other's company then that's not a good sign. But it's probably also true that the happier you are with somebody the more you would enjoy their company and having conversations with them. I am a very independent person who likes the quiet and enjoys being alone, I do not need to be entertained or need constant attention, but I have found that the times I was dating somebody who truly made me happy I found myself being a lot more involved with socializing (with them) then I ever would be normally with anyone else.