How to maintenance long distance relation ship to keep well?
December 28, 2006 4:45am CST
Anyone has experience about long distance relation ship? suppose you have to live separately from your husband or wife because she or he has to work or live in the separate place for a couple months or years. How to maintenance this kind of relation ship, please share with us.
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• United States
16 Feb 07
Thats really a very sweet experiance....we know the wealth of well only when the water gets dried. In the same way we the importance of wife/husband only when v move away from them. that time v really feel like taking with them...everymoment thinking of them and showering concern on them by phones etc.
• United States
14 Feb 07
I've been with my Fiance for almost 5 years. We met online when we were both about 15 years old. we didn't meet for the first time until I was 17. we still havent been able to live together. I'm turning 21 now, and he's spent the last year or so away from me because he joined the Marines. He just returned from Iraq within this last week. But now he's kept up in Cali, and I wont be able to see him for a few more weeks. So i've gotten pretty good at this long distance thing. It's hard to maintain it. Part of a good relationship is just being together. Telephone calls get old, quick. Emails do too. To me, letters are the best way to cope. There's something much more personal about a letter. You swear you can smell them on the letter, their handwriting makes it so very personal. (Even if you can't read it sometimes). it's rough. And it's very difficult. To miss someone you'd rather share every waking moment with... it starts to tire you down, and make you depressed. You have to learn to find joy in the every day. To share those little tidbits with each other. Comedy works well for some people, and beauty works well for others. (I saw the most beautiful bird today...). My fiance and I tend to remember memories that were special between us together. To have our minds recall what it was like to be close to them, to feel them, to smell them.. It helps your brain not forget. Makes them feel a little bit closer. If you're away from you loved one right now, I wish you luck in coping. ^.^