Dating long distance and visitng
If you're about to embark on a LDR or toying with the idea, don't lose hope — just ask yourself if what you have with this person is worth fighting for and potentially missing out on other options.
If the answer for both of you is yes, then keep your head up.
The first few weeks after we said goodbye passed in a flash.
I had my ticket, we knew we would see each other again in two months and we both threw ourselves head-first into busy schedules to pass the time.
My partner and I were lucky enough to be able to see each other every two to three months — but many couples spend more that six months without seeing each other.
Here are some of the things I wish I'd known going into our relationship.Sensing my confusion, he clarified, "I mean the ocean between us."The poetic nature of the moment hit me like a freight train and I insisted that I didn't believe long-distance relationships could ever work. I hoped he couldn't see my tears and was instantly grateful I had playfully grabbed his sunglasses only minutes before.And yet somehow, in spite of all of the rational reasons we could both think of that made starting a relationship after two weeks of dating a horrendously bad idea, we eventually decided that I would visit him in Berlin in a couple of months and we would figure it out then.If you can't, it's a good idea to take a step back.
If you're constantly wondering if your partner is up to something then you need to have a conversation about it — communication is key.
But little did I know that wanting to fall asleep on the phone together was going to happen.