Yes, surviving long distance relationship is as hard as making money. Why? It is because there are many things that you have to consider. It’s a hard work of two people in the relationship. It will never work if one effort is lacking.
I am one of many people who are in a long distance relationship. At first, I hate the idea of being in a long distance relationship, since there are a lot of things you can’t do together with your partner. But, irony of life, it happened to me. I didn’t expect it, but it happened. My husband and I are thousands of miles away from each other for a year now. I can say that it is a combination of good and bad things, sweet and bittersweet experiences.
For me, LDR is a special relationship which needs lots of hard work, trust, love, patience, communication and more. But, don’t get me wrong, any form of relationships need all of this. But why did I say special? It’s because of the distance. It made the trial, problem and happiness extra hard. It’s the presence of your partner that is lacking, though he/she is always there for you “virtually” he/she can’t do anything physically. One of those times for me is when I’m down, and I really wanted was just his kiss or warm embrace, which makes it more difficult to bear at times. I can still remember how hurt I felt when I saw him entered the airport. I didn’t want to let go because I know it will take a lot of time when I see him again. But, sacrifices have to made for our future. I’m just thankful that Internet was created to lessen the loneliness that LDR couple feel. Our love flourished more, thank you!
Surviving long distance relationship is a hard work. It takes two strong hearts, dedication and lots of patience. I am not an expert regarding this kind of relationship, and I tend to learn more not just LDR, but also the married life.I’m looking forward to that day were I can be with my husband and make our own family together. Right now, this what we aim for and hopefully everything will be according to plan. How about you guys,what’s your take about relationships? I’d like to hear and learn from you, too!
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