Long distance dating tip
Do your best to ignore it when people say things about your relationship or express doubt.
If they really get to you, confront the person and let them know that it's not okay to comment on your relationship.
It's OK to let yourself feel the emotions of those moments; cry, punch a pillow, write it down, whatever you need to do.
But don't keep feelings in and don't feel like you need to keep those feelings from your SO, because they are the one person who completely understands what you're feeling.
Would I rather be in the same state as my boyfriend? But the distance is kind of helping me remain my own person and not get lost in the relationship, which is something I have the tendency to do.
Photo Source: Shutterstock Communication is key in every relationship, but especially when you're in a LDR. You can't see each other so how else are you supposed to even be in said relationship?
You need to communicate with your significant other as you would if they were really there.
So what happens when you finally connect with someone who lives out of town, out of state or out of the country?
Can you really fall in love and manage a long-distance relationship?