Surviving a long distance relationship is not impossible. I dated my husband five years long distance-he was in southern Italy, I was in southeast Texas-and they were the longest five years of my life. Long distance partners have it easier today than we had it just four or five years ago.
They were also instrumental in helping us nurture our relationship and establish the foundation we have today. With Skype chat and video you can actually engage in conversations without having to rush through phone calls that are costing you a fortune. We called each other three or four times a day, sometimes just to check in and say hi, other times to share a funny story about something that had just happened and other times when we had planned a phone call.
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Texting can also lead to sexting, which only sounds dumb to people who've never been in a long distance relationship. Spend Most Of Your Money On Plane Tickets And/Or Gasoline People who claim to be in long distance relationships and only see each other once a month (OR LESS? The long-distance relationship may have its limits, but those who repudiate its merits, who chalk up the whole endeavor to immaturity or fear or laziness, are surely suffering from a woefully conventional view of relationships.