Eight Things to Talk About and Consider Before Moving for Love

Are you and your long-distance lover about to take that final step? Are you closing the gap? For good? Well, congratulations! You’ve made it! You’ve made it through the miles, the late-night texts, the mail packages, the too-short visits and the Skype dates. You did it. You’re finally going to close that gap and be […]

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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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Seven Summer Date Ideas for Couples in Long-distance Relationships

Summer is just around the corner, so if you are one of the lucky ones who gets to visit your long-distance lover this summer, I am going to give you a few summer date ideas for couples in long-distance relationship so you can update your summer dating repertoire. But first and foremost I would love to […]

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Running Out the Emptiness During National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

Being in a long-distance relationship is like having a huge crack in your heart all the time. The feeling of missing someone never really goes away. It’s there to remind you of the distance day and night. Sometimes yearning gets even so intense that all you want to do is cry and drown in your […]

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Open-when Letter Ideas for Couples in Long-distance Relationships

We’ve all seen the very sweet “open-when” letters idea, where you send your other half a series of letters to open in different situations: Open when you’re sad. Open when you miss me. Open-when letters are a bit of a viral phenomenon among the LDR community. Parents send them to faraway college students, husbands send them […]

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How to Plan a Stress-free Vacation with Your Long-distance Love

My long-distance love and I recently got married. It was a magical weekend with family, good food and lots of love. The official date of us closing the distance will be January 2017 (that’s eight months away!), but I in the next coming months, I am slowly moving to Australia where my husband, Don, lives. […]

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Coping With Sadness When You’re in a Long-distance Relationship

Every May since 1949, the United States observes Mental Health Awareness Month. This year’s theme is Life with a Mental Illness. 1 in 5 Americans will be affected by a mental health condition in their lifetime, and every American is affected or impacted through their friends and family and can do something to help others. People […]

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What I’ve Learned from Being in a Long-distance Relationship

Long-distance relationships and I have a love-hate relationship. My affair with my long-distance man has been ongoing for awhile, probably since 2006 or maybe 2007. We got into a serious relationship in May of this past year. Since then, things have been going downhill (OK, there have been a few uphill moments.) Early on in our affair, […]

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Six Tips For Making The Most Of Your Visit

The time has finally come. You’re finally jumping on the plane to see your loved one. One of the greatest things about being in a long-distance relationship is the anticipation of making the trip to see your significant other. Truth be told, sometimes these trips don’t happen for months, or even years, but counting down […]

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Three Great Long-distance Relationship Movies

I don’t know why, but when I’m sad or going through a breakup, instead of listening to happy music, I actually like listening to sad music, especially if I can find one that makes me feel as if it’s specifically written about what I’m going through. The sadder the better! Some might think that if […]

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