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Serq12
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Long distance relationships

Psychologists have compiled a list of recommendations on how to maintain long distance relationships. They, of course, not universal and not always effective, because each pair is individual. If you adhere to them, obstacles such as different countries and thousands of kilometers will not be able to destroy the love. its advise:
As much as possible to communicate via phone, Skype or Internet network.
To make joint action. You can watch the same movie, commenting on it on Skype. To read the same book and then discuss them.
To avoid quarrels and to attempt to defuse an unpleasant situation. Live pretty easy to put up, but when people are separated by hundreds of kilometers - this might become their last conversation. :lol: :lol:

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Peter
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Joined: 07/08/2014 - 08:22
Long distance relationships

It's always complicated and very,very hard-believe me,I know.Especially,when you know that you'll see the person you love so much in a way too distant future.And it's not about not having enough trust towards your partner (if you don't have a trust,what kind of a relationship is that?!),it's more about just that fact.that the one you love is not by your side.You want to hug him,kiss him,tell him how was your day-and there's nobody there.Sure,you can pick up a phone,but it's not even close to what you truly need in those type of moments.If you can-don't ever let go.

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Peter
Last seen: 3 years 9 months ago
Joined: 07/08/2014 - 08:22
Long distance relationships

A tough request, you know, as for me I guess you have to talk about the mundane, little things. Don't feel as though every conversation needs to be a thoughtful discussion about your relationship, hopes, or dreams. Instead, focus on the little things that couples who live together would, such as grocery shopping, doing chores around the house, or redecorating. Also you have to visit often. Try to make the time to visit each other as often as possible or as often as your budget permits. You need to see each other in person at every opportunity. Also try to get to know each other. Just like any relationship, you should spend some time really getting to know and understand your partner. When talking, take note of things your partner enjoys the most (like hobbies or day-to-day activities) and do a little research on it so you have something more to discuss. :cheer: :cheer: :cheer:

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Peter
Last seen: 3 years 9 months ago
Joined: 07/08/2014 - 08:22
Long distance relationships

You know some people believe that long distance relationships are never going to be successful ones. Your family may treat them with prejudice and some of your friends may advise you to break up not to get your heart broken. I suppose that having long distance relationships to be easy ones, because distance makes some things unachievable, you can get lonely or sad. But, on the other hand, distance can make simple things very valuable and only strenghten your relationships. I think that it is neccessary to keep in touch all the time, be honest with each other, make visits to each other, and stay positive. If you want to live together, you first need to learn how to live apart.

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WilliamLewis
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Joined: 09/25/2017 - 20:49
Long distance relationships

Are relationships possible at a distance? Yes, they are possible. Any relationship has a right to exist. They can be both bad and good, have a happy ending, and not very much. In any case, separation will change your relationship, this is a serious test that will affect both of you. The main thing is to be ready for change and discard all doubts (if you really love this person). Consider that this is a kind of test of your feelings. If you survive it and without significant losses pass this test, you will know for sure that this is your man. After all, in the opinion of psychologists, for relationships the separation is not terrible, but long-term joint living (everyday life and various life problems "eat" all feelings)

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Karl
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Joined: 09/29/2017 - 16:03
Long distance relationships

i don't believe in long distance relations. i think if people are far away from each other they are going to break up soon.my friend had got long distance relations with one girl. she went to another country for studying. my friend tried to save this relations for 3 years. when she came back home, they always had quarrels and disagreements. she always was jealous him to every tree. it was unnecessary, because he loved her and tried to save their relations. but after 3 years of such life, he understood, that she didn't care about him and he decided to break up with her. i supported him, because i couldn't see how my friend suffered.

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Floyd
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Joined: 01/31/2018 - 14:30
I think that is so cute when

I think that is so cute when we are talking about love here.Distance lets you explore yourself and your hidden interests! You get time to compare things you enjoy and things you don’t enjoy without your partner.

Distance makes you feel the absence of your partner and get the crazy lover out of you! You now want to be with them as much as you can and make sure of their presence in every place possible! Distance is the best healer of fights! How? A cooler mind is always better than the angry one. You can check your partner if you are not sure that he is valuable for you, but in contrast it shows that you do not believe him.

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Calvin
Last seen: 3 months 2 weeks ago
Joined: 01/31/2018 - 14:24
Be in touch all the time. Or,

Be in touch all the time. Or, at least, as often as possible. People who are not physically next to each other, lose much because of the inability to share the simplest joy / news. Do it - share. "I fell asleep on the subway today and drove two extra stops" or "We are hellishly cold at work today" - these SMS, seemingly optional and episodic, create a sense of constant presence, blur the boundaries. The next step in the fight with the kilometers between you is to do something together. It's not about the storm or computer games (although why not, if you are into joy) - you can, after all, have dinner together with the help of the same skype. Prepare, discussing in detail the process, put the plates in front of the laptop, wish each other a pleasant appetite. Of course, this does not replace a real, "live" meal, but will allow you to be near, doing simple things.

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