So is it selfish if you want more time from them? I’m conflicted because if you’re important, wouldn’t they make time even if they’re busy and stressed out?
It depends what you want more, them or someone to spend time with.If I somehow got a partner, I'd be happy with any time they could spare me. I drive 90 mins (each way) just to see a mate for a couple of hours.Do you want to do stuff with them or just be in the same room as them? Are they always doing something or do they need time alone to decompress? Can you join them in what they are doing? Are they doing something they need to do for work or is it a craft or hobby?It isn't selfish to want to spend more time with them but it is selfish to demand they stop doing something which is part of their normal routine.Popping in to visit you for 10 mins between other appointments is good for you as you get to see them but they had to work that 10 mins into their schedule and that could be the 10 mins they would normally have lunch or have a sit down and get their breaths back before moving onto the next task.
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