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When I FaceTime him we laugh and giggle like newlyweds. My husband Nick and I are no strangers to a long-distance relationship ; and through trial and error, we figured out how to make our long-distance relationship work. We never even lived together until we got married. The time apart, the distance, makes our relationship better. I like having the time to miss him, to remember why I wanted to be with him in the first place.
I hear success stories about long-distance relationships on a regular basis. Some of the happiest couples I know are in long-distance relationship some or all of the time. Phillip Lee and Dr. The statistics on long-distance relationships are encouraging. Research has even shown that long distance couples tend to have the same or more satisfaction in their relationships than couples who are geographically close, and higher levels of dedication to their relationships and less feelings of being trapped.
We talked to experts about how to overcome some of the hardships of loving from afar and for long-distance relationship tips. Gottlieb says that long-distance relationships are easier now than ever because we have so many ways to stay connected thanks to technology. Talk about who was there, what you talked about, what you ate and how it made you feel.
This applies to everyone involved in long-distance relationships, but is particularly true for people pursuing long-distance relationships in college. The importance of being single in college, according to Gandhi, is that you get to experiment and test the waters to determine what you really want and need in a relationship.
After surviving four years apart try your best to end the distance after college. While long-distance love can be a great thing for a finite time, eventually you probably want to be in the same place as your partner. It helps both parties to know when that will happen. Netflix, or other streaming services, makes it easier than ever to binge-watch shows with your partner. Gandhi also recommends doing online quizzes or games together, and discussing the to spark new and interesting conversations.
Delight in the details of what the two of you will do the next time you see each other. This will create something that both partners can look forward to. According to both Lee and Rudolph, insecurity can lead to one partner checking in on the other one too often. This can result in excessive calls and texts being sent for the wrong reasons, and can lead to unnecessary tension. It needs to be at a level agreeable to both parties.
Timing matters, especially when your time together is precious. Gandhi adds that you should do you best to stay out of situations that might make your long-distance partner feel uncomfortable or threatened — within reason. at letters time. By Jo Piazza. Get our Health Newsletter. up to receive the latest health and science news, plus answers to wellness questions and expert tips.
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