All posts by Breanne Somach

Ways to Show Appreciation in a Long Distance Relationship

You spend all afternoon making your partner this fabulous dinner for when he comes home from a stressful day at work. First, you pull up the recipe to their favorite dish, run to the grocery store to get all the ingredients, get home to realize you forgot an item and run all the way back. […]

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What I Wish I Knew Before Starting an LDR – Relationship advice

Before starting my relationship, I seriously gave it some thought… a couple months’ worth of thought but I think I already knew my answer right after our first date. My boyfriend and I went on our first date about a week before he shipped out for the Navy so I really did not have much […]

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Three Tips for How to Make a Long-distance Relationship Work

Being in a relationship is hard. Being in a long-distance relationship is even harder. You can read all the tips and tricks you want, but I truly believe that it boils down to three simple but crucial things that, if done right by both partners, can create a beautiful love — no matter the distance. […]

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What I’ve Learned From Being a Navy Girlfriend

Being in a relationship with someone in the military is one of the hardest yet most rewarding things I have ever done. Yes, there are a lot of hurdles to overcome, and yes, there are a lot of times where I’m alone, but I’ve come to learn so much from being in this kind of […]

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Travel Tips for Long-distance Relationships

When you’re in a long-distance relationship, you learn a thing or two about traveling. The biggest thing I’ve learned is that it is expensive. I usually have to save a couple months worth of paychecks before I can even think about going to see my significant other. But when you are in a long-distance relationship, […]

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Eight Things All Long-distance Couples are Tired of Hearing

Being in a long-distance relationship is sort of like being in a relationship with a ghost. You feel a strong connection with them, you know they are there for you and influence your life, but you just can’t physically feel or touch them all the time. But it’s a little more complicated than that. It’s hard […]

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