i may be over reacting because of my own experiences, but it sounds like an early sign of an abusive relationship. in a healthy relationship both parties allow eachother time to have their own lives, without making the other feel guilty and it doesn't sound to me like you're asking for unreasonable amounts of time for yourself.
I don't know but if you need some space I have some around here somewhere that you can have.
give him a honeydo list...he'll disappear then :)
sounds like he needs a kick in the rear then! I'll lend ya my boots ;)
speaking as someone who has been a needy husband... what is best for both you AND him... is to demand your space, and make sure you get it at all costs, and let him go through all the whining, and temper tantrums (if he does that) or complaining... or whatever needy behaviors he does, but don't give him a choice. Take your time. It will help you both. He will go through it. Just be confident that what your doing is best and totally ok.
How can someone so young be married?