MORE: The Most Important Relationship Advice You Will Ever Receive In a long distance relationship, the relationship is stripped down to its core essence.A lot of distractions are removed, as well as a lot of luxuries, which can make a relationship easier.In 2005, roughly 3.6 million married people in the U. lived apart for reasons other than marital discord, the center estimates.On average, couples live 125 miles apart, but some dwell on separate continents.Don’t be careless about this sort of matter because your partner is only going to be extra worried or extra suspicious, and of course, very upset, because you are putting him/her in a position where he/she feels extra powerless/lacking in control.Also, It could be easy for you to fall into the trap which you, unconsciously or not, set up for yourself by “hanging out” with your office eye-candy after work, or going out with a girl or guy from your past who has been flirting with you. You are alone but you are not lonely, unless you choose to feel like it. There are plenty of things for you to do that doesn’t involve your partner.While long-distance relationships can be challenging, here are five tips that will ensure yours is as healthy and successful as possible.
Sexual desire is like a glue that keeps both parties from drifting apart.
In many ways, being in a long distance relationship can be the greatest thing to happen to your relationship…
At this point, you might think I’m crazy, but think about it…
You two don’t really have to communicate 12 hours a day to keep the relationship going. Soon you would get tired of “loving.” Remember: Less is more.
Many couples thought that they need to compensate for the distance by doing more. It is not about spamming — you are only going to exhaust yourselves. As the Chinese saying goes, “Real gold is not afraid of the test of fire.” Instead of thinking that this long distance relationship is pulling you two apart, you should believe that through this experience, the both of you will be bound together even stronger.
According to the Center for the Study of Long-Distance Relationships (who knew such a thing existed?!