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Feeling Disconnected in Relationship

"Is It Normal to Feel Disconnected When You Live Together?"

This question is from a Group Therapy post in our TrèsSugar Community. Add your advice in the comments!

I've been with my boyfriend for two years now and this past month, we saw each other a lot more frequently (i.e. every day) since my parents weren't in town. Essentially, we were pretty much living together for that month. We would see each other after classes, go out to eat together, make dinner, etc. I feel that from this past month, I can sense that he is not as affectionate to me as we used to be — after sex, we would just go to sleep and not really cuddle). Little things he does are starting to bother me too, like laziness. It's nothing major, but I guess it's something you really see with time.

Is it normal to feel like you're a little more disconnected when you're living together vs. not? It's only temporary, so I'm not sure if this is a sign of things in our future if we were to get married?

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