long distance relationships
LDRs can be a struggle, but couples say there are actually some perks to this type of arrangement.
Little ways for couples to feel connected when they’re many miles apart. 💕
Some relationships weather the changes and others don't, even when there is good intention. As I grasped my new reality, I couldn't help wondering why these close encounters had fizzled out. Try as I might to keep the fire stoked, albeit from a distance, I had failed dismally.
At that moment. I needed my mum. I needed someone that understood me and that I knew wouldn't judge me. Someone that would sweep in and help no questions asked and reassure me that I was not the worst mother on the planet. I needed my own family.
Me time? What's that again?
This time two years ago, I was training for my first marathon and having a meltdown. The problem wasn't physical (although there were plenty of aches, pains and a stress fracture, oh joy), and I wasn't unduly stressed about the mammoth run I was about to undertake.
It's Valentine's Day and I'm alone. But I do have a boyfriend. He just doesn't live in the same country as I do. Let me explain
Long distance relationships are hard. Most of your relationship is lived out through hour-long Skype sessions, constant texting
Being in a long distance relationship is tough, but one couple has found a unique way to stay connected while they're miles
Traveling is exciting but not when it's forced upon you. Slowly things began to change, in trickles at first and suddenly a large proportion of my peers had moved abroad, some to the UK others Canada, Australia and it seems everywhere in between.