Dec 09, 2023
Dec 09, 2023
With the advent of the internet, the instances of long distance relationships is on the rise. More and more people are entering into a serious relationship which people who live physically far apart but whom they consider to be their soul-mates. Is this advisable? More than anything a long-distance relationship is one of the most difficult to work out. They may say distance makes hearts fonder but what I say is distance makes hearts more confused. There is always a sense of insecurity in a long-distance relationship which leads to many problems. Some people who are in long distance relationships say that the main difficulty is the little doubt in the bottom of your heart as to whether your fiancée is really committed to you. A telephone is a poor substitute for your beloved. After all you never really know if he means it.
A long distance relationship is any relationship between a "committed" couple in which both parties live at least three hours apart and CANNOT see each other on a given day if they need to. They also can't see each other every weekend even if they want to. In other words, if they have a disagreement, they cannot just run to their cars, drive an hour each way, kiss and make up or tell each other..."See you this weekend!" It is more complicated than that and distance keeps them apart unless they make specific plans to be together.
Why? There are specific reasons why and they can be confronted. The reasons why long distance relationships fail at such a high rate are:
This doesn't mean that every relationship is bound to a tragic end. If you are in a long distance relationship and determined to make it work, there is definitely sure to be happiness for you. Here are some ways to start.
So if you are in love with that absolutely divine person who lives at the other end of the world, go ahead and snare him/her. Best of luck.
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