Do not overdose on talk-time

Dating tips long distance

Be Committed to the Relationship This applies to everyone involved in long-distance relationships, but is particularly true for people pursuing long-distance relationships in college. It may not be very wise, for example, to go hang out with an attractive friend at a dance club on a night when you really really want to be holding your partner close. You may never again in the course of your relationship have this much focused time and energy to spend communicating with your partner. If you want to know how to make a long distance relationship work, learn some basic conflict-management strategies and discuss them with your partner before you find yourself mid-fight. The time apart, the distance, makes our relationship better.

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You may have great chemistry on paper or over the phone, and absolutely none in person. Talk about who was there, what you talked about, what you ate and how it made you feel. This will create something that both partners can look forward to.

Spending time together in person will help you learn new things about your partner and remind you of why being in the long distance relationship is worth it. Contact us at editors time.

Figure out what works for you

Motto welcomes outside contributions. Figure out what works for you, then do it. Be Confident in Your Relationship According to both Lee and Rudolph, insecurity can lead to one partner checking in on the other one too often. Do things that interest you.