Your strong emotional bond could actually obscure your partner's individuality in the face of the power of your union as a couple. You don't do this to them on purpose; in your mind, you're just treating them with the affection they deserve. But you might actually cause them to fall so much in love with you that they abandon whatever plans they made for their future before they met you, in favor of making new plans with you.
That might not be a bad thing; after all, people change and new people and opportunities can affect where they see themselves going in the future. You should just encourage your lover to be sure that the choices they're making are really theirs, and not based on some romantic but unrealistic idea of where the two of you are going as a couple. That means that you also have to be very clear on where you want to go with this relationship. If you are in it for the long-term, this influence could be a great boon in that direction. But if you're interested in just a short-term, fun affair, you might unintentionally mislead this person into thinking you two have a chance at forever, and they're really hurt when they find out the truth. You're both better off if you can just be absolutely clear about your intentions from the beginning, and strive to realize your own dreams even as you get more and more deeply involved with each other.