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above video is from You Tube.
 My Long Distance Relationship Story & Tips by Michelle Phan
Link to the Original Video.
 My Long Distance Relationship Story & Tips by Michelle Phan

Separated Lovers

So many people now are involved in a long distance relationship.
Love Letters
 I can sympathize because I have been in 2 of them myself. It isn't easy maintaining love and trust when your partner is so far away. But, the modern world just doesn't stop for a weeping heart. Thankfully, there are people like these two in the video above that can help us through those lonely times. They can be an inspiration for separated lovers to continue to work together and uphold honesty and integrity in the romance. Sometimes, I have noticed that if you are both working on building your lives together, then the time apart can make for a strong union. This is because you have already been facing trials that many relationships don't go through for at least a few years. But you two have weathered them and came out closer than ever.

Many Obstacles of  LDR's (Long Distance Relationships)

Secretly dating others when your lover is hundreds of miles away? No one would know but you. Will you maintain your loyalty or stray a few times? Will you trust your partner or get fulled with doubt and suspicion. If so then take a deep breath because the relationship may be in trouble. We all know that to much doubt will ruin a love and if you are spending your free time miserable because of it then being together again may not even solve your problems. Trouble is, many long distance loves break-up because of this fact. It is too easy to cheat and lie to your partner and too easy for them to do it to you and there isn't any proof for either of you. That was a mouthful. Time is another possible opponent to your love. The time you two are apart can work to put an invisible wedge between the two of you and before very long one of you wants to call it quits. It is natural. Like healing after heartbreak or the lose of a friend. Time can heal all wounds but it can also see love pass away. So don't let your relationship be ruined by staying apart for to long.

Love is a Team Effort

There are many troubles to face when two loves are forced apart and those I mentioned above are just a couple of them.
 It is best to be honest and cooperative with your other half during this time. Like the two in the video, be thoughtful and creative.
Show them you care and show them you are working on life. On being reunited with them. Don't cause them stress or worry because you are calling constantly and acting out of sorts. If anything, be a source of strength. Even if you don't feel that way, your partner will admire you for it and if you are the man, she will appreciate it much more.
If you are the woman, just kindly let him know from time to time, he is your desire. It can work wonders for his motivation and hopefully, he won't pester you with jealous thoughts racing through his mind. It is a kindness he will appreciate more than you know and it really doesn't cost you anything.

With teamwork and cooperation, your long distance relationship will be up close and personal before you know it. So hang in there and let them know you care.

Please share your advice below.

Long Distance Love. Dating Expression Videos

above video is from You Tube.
 My Long Distance Relationship Story & Tips by Michelle Phan
Link to the Original Video.
 My Long Distance Relationship Story & Tips by Michelle Phan

Separated Lovers

So many people now are involved in a long distance relationship.
Love Letters
 I can sympathize because I have been in 2 of them myself. It isn't easy maintaining love and trust when your partner is so far away. But, the modern world just doesn't stop for a weeping heart. Thankfully, there are people like these two in the video above that can help us through those lonely times. They can be an inspiration for separated lovers to continue to work together and uphold honesty and integrity in the romance. Sometimes, I have noticed that if you are both working on building your lives together, then the time apart can make for a strong union. This is because you have already been facing trials that many relationships don't go through for at least a few years. But you two have weathered them and came out closer than ever.

Many Obstacles of  LDR's (Long Distance Relationships)

Secretly dating others when your lover is hundreds of miles away? No one would know but you. Will you maintain your loyalty or stray a few times? Will you trust your partner or get fulled with doubt and suspicion. If so then take a deep breath because the relationship may be in trouble. We all know that to much doubt will ruin a love and if you are spending your free time miserable because of it then being together again may not even solve your problems. Trouble is, many long distance loves break-up because of this fact. It is too easy to cheat and lie to your partner and too easy for them to do it to you and there isn't any proof for either of you. That was a mouthful. Time is another possible opponent to your love. The time you two are apart can work to put an invisible wedge between the two of you and before very long one of you wants to call it quits. It is natural. Like healing after heartbreak or the lose of a friend. Time can heal all wounds but it can also see love pass away. So don't let your relationship be ruined by staying apart for to long.

Love is a Team Effort

There are many troubles to face when two loves are forced apart and those I mentioned above are just a couple of them.
 It is best to be honest and cooperative with your other half during this time. Like the two in the video, be thoughtful and creative.
Show them you care and show them you are working on life. On being reunited with them. Don't cause them stress or worry because you are calling constantly and acting out of sorts. If anything, be a source of strength. Even if you don't feel that way, your partner will admire you for it and if you are the man, she will appreciate it much more.
If you are the woman, just kindly let him know from time to time, he is your desire. It can work wonders for his motivation and hopefully, he won't pester you with jealous thoughts racing through his mind. It is a kindness he will appreciate more than you know and it really doesn't cost you anything.

With teamwork and cooperation, your long distance relationship will be up close and personal before you know it. So hang in there and let them know you care.

Please share your advice below.


Long Distance RelationshipsIs our love doomed? Can we survive a long distance relationship? Questions like these are getting more

and more common these days, especially if you are in college or just starting out.

I can sympathize having been in this situation myself, not once but twice and I know that if you are experiencing long distance love, it isn't easy to hold it all together during this time of separation.

I decided to do some more of my researching and found some statistics pertaining to long distance relationships that may help to show you that you are not the only one going through this.
  
Long Distance Marriage Facts
  • 2.9% of marriages are considered long distance
  • 10% of marriages start as long distance
  • 75% of engaged couples say they have been in long distance relationships
  • 3.75 million marriages are considered long distance
  • 14 months is average time you are apart
 Long Distance Love Statistics
  • 14 million couples claim they are in this type of relationship
  • 32.5% of college loves are long distance
  • 125 miles is our average distance apart
  • 3 love letters sent each month
Negative Sides to Long Distance Love
  • 4.5 months is the time it takes to split-up when it isn't working out
  • 70% fail if good planning isn't done
  • 40% break-up
  • 1.5 visits to each other a month
I found the facts here:
Long Distance Relationship Statistics
Research Date is 4-28-2014
2013 Statistic Brain Research Institute, publishing as Statistic Brain
http://www.statisticbrain.com/long-distance-relationship-statistics/

As we can see from the statistics, it is not uncommon to be involved in a long distance romance, especially if you are in college or newly married. Obviously,this makes sense considering we get involved with someone before we are even enrolled in school and sometimes our occupations keep us apart somewhat at first.

I would like to give some short, long distance relationship advice if I can.
For starters, if you don't think you guys can survive being apart, it may be easier on both of you to agree to see other people or just break-up for the time being. If your love is still there then you can always get back together. I would advise this because basically we live in a world that doesn't wait and do you think your partner or you will wait that long? If you are apart then there are many opportunities to meet other people and even date them. Temptation can set in and someone may be heartbroken or you may end up lying to them to cover up what you have done.
Career opportunities may come up and this can have a drastic change on your life course. You need to consider both of you and go on from there. Would you give up a great sounding career or the relationship?
 Dealing with long distance relationships can be stressful and to be successful, you need to make life plans and stick to them or be able to adjust in a way that is good for both of you. It isn't fair for just one of you to have to do everything and that person may end up resenting you. Honesty, understanding, cooperation and commitment are essential for a happy time while you are apart.
 Many relationships can survive and even flourish even though there is distance between the couple. Many find that their love and understanding is even stronger than before and that they communicate better because of the effort it takes while apart.
I wish all long distance couples success and hope I have given you some room for thought.

Any questions or comments, please leave below as I welcome your opinions!




above photo ©Depositephotos.com[jovannig(Giovanni Gagliardi)















Is Love Doomed. Long Distance Relationship Statistics

Long Distance RelationshipsIs our love doomed? Can we survive a long distance relationship? Questions like these are getting more

and more common these days, especially if you are in college or just starting out.

I can sympathize having been in this situation myself, not once but twice and I know that if you are experiencing long distance love, it isn't easy to hold it all together during this time of separation.

I decided to do some more of my researching and found some statistics pertaining to long distance relationships that may help to show you that you are not the only one going through this.
  
Long Distance Marriage Facts
  • 2.9% of marriages are considered long distance
  • 10% of marriages start as long distance
  • 75% of engaged couples say they have been in long distance relationships
  • 3.75 million marriages are considered long distance
  • 14 months is average time you are apart
 Long Distance Love Statistics
  • 14 million couples claim they are in this type of relationship
  • 32.5% of college loves are long distance
  • 125 miles is our average distance apart
  • 3 love letters sent each month
Negative Sides to Long Distance Love
  • 4.5 months is the time it takes to split-up when it isn't working out
  • 70% fail if good planning isn't done
  • 40% break-up
  • 1.5 visits to each other a month
I found the facts here:
Long Distance Relationship Statistics
Research Date is 4-28-2014
2013 Statistic Brain Research Institute, publishing as Statistic Brain
http://www.statisticbrain.com/long-distance-relationship-statistics/

As we can see from the statistics, it is not uncommon to be involved in a long distance romance, especially if you are in college or newly married. Obviously,this makes sense considering we get involved with someone before we are even enrolled in school and sometimes our occupations keep us apart somewhat at first.

I would like to give some short, long distance relationship advice if I can.
For starters, if you don't think you guys can survive being apart, it may be easier on both of you to agree to see other people or just break-up for the time being. If your love is still there then you can always get back together. I would advise this because basically we live in a world that doesn't wait and do you think your partner or you will wait that long? If you are apart then there are many opportunities to meet other people and even date them. Temptation can set in and someone may be heartbroken or you may end up lying to them to cover up what you have done.
Career opportunities may come up and this can have a drastic change on your life course. You need to consider both of you and go on from there. Would you give up a great sounding career or the relationship?
 Dealing with long distance relationships can be stressful and to be successful, you need to make life plans and stick to them or be able to adjust in a way that is good for both of you. It isn't fair for just one of you to have to do everything and that person may end up resenting you. Honesty, understanding, cooperation and commitment are essential for a happy time while you are apart.
 Many relationships can survive and even flourish even though there is distance between the couple. Many find that their love and understanding is even stronger than before and that they communicate better because of the effort it takes while apart.
I wish all long distance couples success and hope I have given you some room for thought.

Any questions or comments, please leave below as I welcome your opinions!




above photo ©Depositephotos.com[jovannig(Giovanni Gagliardi)
















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