Christian dating long distance relationships
A When you're hundreds of miles away from someone you care about, the difference between a friendship and a romance is all about feelings.
You miss a long-distance friend, but you really miss a long-distance love.
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It will greatly benefit your relationship if you set clear expectations for how and how often you will communicate.
Some couples flourish on a few phone calls a week whereas others need to communicate more often.
My first serious relationship turned into my first long-distance relationship. But even though long-distance relationships have a reputation for not working, they can work if you know how to navigate it.
Some of you reading this might be in the same situation I was in when I graduated.
But while we don’t pine for relationships full of teary airport goodbyes and scheduled Skype dates, it has become the new reality for an increasing number of couples.
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Somebody else comes along and makes you forget the guy who's miles away from you.
Although that hasn't happened yet, it still may. Make the most of this friendship with someone you care for deeply.
That's why nobody in their right mind would want to fall in love with somebody who lives half a country away. (I know; I lived 2,000 miles away from my wife before we were married.) You're bound to feel frustrated. You have these feelings for each other, and you have to decide what to do with them. You said you expected your feelings to fade away once you two were apart.