Long Distance Can Deepen Your Relationship
In our current society long distance relationships are common and can work because of all the new technology available. There is no reason to shy away from having a long distance relationship because of fear that this situation is not possible. There are many reasons why being apart can even be good for your relationship.
When you have found someone so special that you will really miss them when you are apart, then you know that this relationship is worth keeping alive. Finding someone who you enjoy being with and can hardly live without is difficult. When you have finally found the special one who means so much to you, cherish and nurture that relationship. There are many people in this world who have spent years just looking for someone to love. If you have already found this person, don't let them go just because you have to face a long periods apart.
With the innovation of Skype and other online video system, you may hardly know that your loved one is gone. You will need to comb your hair and keep up your appearance, because the online videos have such good quality you will want to look your best to keep that long distance relationship alive.
This time apart can also bring you and your partner closer. When you talk on the phone, e-mail or use Worldhart’s Private Chat, it is easier to say things that you really mean. You may find your conversations to be deeper and more focused because there are no distractions when you are talking on the phone. You will need to really talk to each other instead of just being with each other.
The art of conversation needs to be learned and this is a great time to learn to communicate. While you are apart you will both be experiencing new things. Because of this you will both grow as a person and as a couple. As you discuss your day's events you will learn more about yourself and your partner. It is sometimes easier to say the things that are meaningful to you when you are talking from a distance.
Sometime you will be together again. You will someday look back on these days and remember how close you were during this time apart because you were able to deeply share all of your thoughts hopes and dreams. These are things that can get overlooked when we are together having fun and being busy. Enjoy discovering each other from a distance it can be a time of great joy.
Home Alone but Prepared
Many people, male and female, buy homes today with little experience with household repairs. Many grew up in city apartments or condominiums and employees addressed the majority of repair and maintenance issues. For others, parents did not involve them in home repair or maintenance.
Stopping the Miscommunication
Keeping The Lines of Communication Open in Long Distance Relationships
The key to a successful long distance relationship is keeping the lines of communication open. You and partner must be committed to each other and have a regular method of communication, such as text messages, email, or daily telephone conversations via regular telephone or cell phone. The success of any relationship and not just long-distance relationships is up to the two people involved. Couples make their long distance relationships work and often develop a stronger bond with their partners than couples who see each other everyday.
Dealing with each "Goodbye"
Goodbye doesn't mean forever
For couples in long distance relationships, saying "goodbye" seems to get harder each time it is said. I know this is true; I was in a LDR for over three years.
Helping children deal with re/disappearance
Raising Well Adjusted Children With A Long Distance Parent
There was a time when most family units consisted of a mother, father, and children all living together in the same house. Most mothers stayed at home and tended the house and children, while dads went to work at a local job and were home in time for the evening meal. The exceptions to this were those who were in the military and were stationed in faraway places. Many times grandparents lived nearby and were able to fill in the gaps left by the absence of the dad. Those were the good old days.
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