Our mission at Survive LDR is to provide practical advice and inspiration to women who experience the highs and lows of being in a long-distance relationship. We understand how hard it can be to keep a healthy balance of two worlds. We are here to encourage and guide you along in the whirlwind of loving someone from far away.
We are a community of contributors who have personally experienced long-distance relationships and seek to help others through the painful and beautiful journey of being separated from the person they hold most dear. Whatever challenge you may be facing in a long-distance relationship, we are here to share our insights and caring understanding for you to feel supported in your journey.
Come join our community to build a stronger bond of people who experience the roller coaster of emotions from frustration to joy, sadness to excitement, and anger to happiness within a long-distance relationship. Your emotions may be pulled across the world, but you are not alone in your struggle. Together we can support one another to build happy and healthy long-distance relationships that last a lifetime.
Jennifer started Survive LDR to help other women overcome their long-distance relationships struggles. She met the man of her dreams from the Netherlands and battled the rough circumstance of distance. Overtime they were able to bridge the gap and are now happily married. She now continues this site to help and encourage others in their relationship journey.
Anna is a bibliophile and soon-to-be English student originally from Finland but moving to Scotland in autumn 2016. Her movie-loving boyfriend lives in California, and they’ve been successfully dating since 2013.
Christa is in a long-distance relationship with an amazing man she met during an extraordinary holiday. Unlike many holiday flings, this one gets better each day, and they are now preparing to close the distance. She lives in Indonesia, working 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and managing her personal blog. Read her stories about life (including some LDR stories) at her website, christabercerita.com.
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