When you've had the most magical high school relationship or summer fling, the idea of separating to attend your respective colleges can feel grim. What if one of you meets someone new on campus? Or worse—what if you go strong until Thanksgiving only to become one of the many couples who part ways during their first school break?! While any relationship could end abruptly this fall, give yours the best shot with these seven ways to make your LDR suck less:. Although you may want to spend the remainder of your summer having fun and savoring your time together, it's smart to talk about the difficult things before they creep up on you both.
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Starting An Online Long-Distance Relationship? Here’s What You Should Consider Beforehand
When I FaceTime him we laugh and giggle like newlyweds. My husband Nick and I are no strangers to a long-distance relationship ; and through trial and error, we figured out how to make our long-distance relationship work. We never even lived together until we got married. The time apart, the distance, makes our relationship better. I like having the time to miss him, to remember why I wanted to be with him in the first place.
Is It Possible To Start Off A New Relationship Long-Distance?
It started with a Facebook message from a boy I had known peripherally in elementary school lunchrooms, passing through the halls of our high school, and — the main event — seventh grade dance class. Instead, boys were told to choose a girl — a humiliating experience for those chosen last or not at all. In seventh grade, I was already 6 feet tall, the tallest girl in my entire class, and taller than nearly every boy, putting me at risk of being among the unchosen.