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But while the visuals of the series may be transporting, the dialogue, for the sociologist Jay Livingston, is occasionally jarring.

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According to Google Ngramthe phrase need some space was nearly nonexistent, in published books at least, until the s, and it really took off in subsequent decades. Marriage has become a trophy.

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I do my thing and you do your thing. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations, And you are not in this world to live up to.

Though the exact origins of neds some space are unknown, multiple people I spoke with for this story said that they suspected the idea came from the same stew that produced individualistic psychotherapy ideas and popular self-help. Indeed, it seems that the phrase is almost always used in reference to the self. Wherever the phrase came from, once it when someone needs space in a relationship out there, it likely fueled its own acceleration.

Louis who works with the Gottman Institute, a person who says she needs space in a relationship is typically saying one of two things: Those are two very different messages, with two very needs potential outcomes. No wonder the phrase sparks such anxiety.

The divorce-proof marriage. Interestingly, according to Bumberry, the concept of needing space is particularly stressful for heterosexual couples.

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Julie Beck is a senior editor at The Atlanticwhere she covers family and education.