Upping Your Relationship: Should We Marry?
This is a question many individuals in successful and lasting long distance relationship may find themselves faced with, and it is a very difficult question to answer. Sure, your relationship with your loved one is strong - you two are still together, right? You have already survived many ups and downs and have made it to the "big question," and expect things to get easier from this point on. However strong things have been so far, the question of living together or marrying brings up new and equally difficult questions and situations.
Conceiving children when in a long distance relationship
Long distance relationships are difficult in many ways, including conceiving children. The small window of opportunity can severely threaten a couples' chances of having a baby, but with modern medical science, men and women are more able to increase their chances of having a baby by learning the best times to try, and what environmental factors may be inhibiting conception.
Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Relationships are complex situations. Sometimes they go along smoothly and all seems well; at times things are rocky and it's difficult to believe there are more good times ahead. When troubles emerge in a relationship, we're often left wondering "Should I stay or should I go?" Not every disagreement or point of conflict warrants ending the relationship, but knowing if it is time to walk away isn't always as easy as it may seem.
Relationship Red Flags: Signs Your Relationship is Not Working
Generally, it is easy to tell if you're in a good relationship. You and your partner are happy, you enjoy the time you spend together doing things you love, you miss them when you are apart, and your friends and family comment about how well you complement one another. It is easy to see the characteristics of a solid partnership, but somewhat more difficult to decide if you and your partner are in a bad relationship...especially if that relationship is long-distance or naturally involves long periods of separation.
Dealing With The Absence Of Your Spouse
Being separated from your spouse for long periods of time can prove to be very difficult.
The lonely nights wishing he were right here next to you holding you tight, wishing he was here to help you with the children, wishing his shoulder was here for you to cry on. There are ways to get through the tough times without making yourself susceptible to depression. You can get through it, and hopefully these hard times will not last forever.
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