By Marissa Naguib
You’re moving half-way across the world and soon you’ll no longer have your partner by your side at all times. So many thoughts running through your mind and you think to yourself how in the world will you get through the relationship? Will things be different? Will your feelings for one another fade? How will you get through the day knowing your partner won’t be the last person you see before going to sleep? Honestly, it is all so terrifying.
Many people believe long distance relationships (LDR) never last. But, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s true. We completely understand what it feels like. We’ve been there. Long-distance relationships are difficult to maintain; there is no point sugarcoating it. The thing is that one of the best things about being in a long-distance relationship is that you tend to appreciate each other so much more once you reunite. If both of you want to make it work, that’s already a good start. However, making a relationship work long distance isn’t as simple as willing it to happen. Here are several tips that’ll help you survive the distance. Read on to find out how you can pull through it all.