A sideways comment said out of frustration or stress can be bad, but is usually explained away face to face.
I dated someone long distance in college for three years, and while it wasn’t the worst thing in the world, it certainly wasn’t the best.
For starters, we were 20 years old, that tricky age where every decision is both extremely important and completely irrelevant.
ay you meet a handsome stranger one night in the corner of a dark bar.
He’s visiting from somewhere else, but something clicks and all of a sudden it’s on.
The fact of the matter is that you’ll find yourself missing that person a lot while you guys are apart.
Make sure to have loose plans set in place for your visits, and be sure to share the financial burden. The thing that people don’t talk about when they discuss their long-distance relationships is the independence it affords you.
So, recently in my vacations I started to talk with a girl, and we got very well, to the point I asked her for a date 2 days after talking to her in the first time and she accepted.
We spent the rest of the week together and she said that she wanted to be in a relationship with me in the last day I stayed there.
We tried to make it work as best we could, but ultimately the distance worked against us.
As I watched my own relationship and the long-distance relationships of my friends dissolve around me, I vowed never to embark on a nightmare like that ever again.
Talking as much as you can about everything from how your week is going to the status of your relationship to the plot twists on “House Of Cards” is healthy for any relationship, but its especially important if you’re miles apart. If work gets busy, or if life outside of your relationship is all consuming for a little while, it’s no biggie.