How to make Long Distance Relationship work?

By Trish . Created on Dec 04, 2018
Everything Else 406 votes | 20 Comments
Communication

Communication

Trust

Trust

Talk Dirty

Talk Dirty

Do similar Things

Do similar Things

Know each other's Schedules

Know each other's Schedules

Set Time to See Each Other

Set Time to See Each Other

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Barb said 3 days ago
Trust
Robert said 4 days ago
depends on how long of a distance . If the 2 of you are on different continents, your chances of succeeding are not good.
Communication
Fionn said 6 days ago
All of the above
Communication
James said a week ago
Good luck with that
Communication
Tiffany said a week ago
Communication is key, and making time for eachother in eachothers lives. If you love eachother and feel that the person is worth it, you will try to make it work. You will show that that person holds value in your life, and they will show the same effort. The relationship might be long but it might lead to the conclusion of the 2 of you deciding to share your lives together.
Milan said a week ago
Never worked for me when I went away to school and moved away from home! But I know it works for some couples in the military or more committed couples. Takes a lot of compromising, love, patience, etc,etc, etc!
Communication
Trish said a week ago
I think it depends on the couple. Both need to work for the relationship to last. it's a give and take mechanism; not just give and give, or take and take.
Marcus said a week ago
It works great until something better comes along.
Trust
MarieN said a week ago
Being in a long distance relationship isn't the only time that something better comes along. My own (late) mother in law, AND (late) brother in law never had long distance relationships, but were somehow able to always be on the lookout for the next "ex", even while married to the current next "ex". My husband and I however went through many, many times of "long distance relationship&q...
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Marcus said 6 days ago
I mated for life too. We've been separated for years, but always have a great time when we're together (which is often), and neither of us has had any interest in 'something better' We expect to 're-marry' when I retire (about 10 years from now). I'll take those rasberries with fresh whipped cream; thankyou very much.