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Manage the Expectations



If there’s one piece of relationship advice that’s often overlooked, then it’s that expectations should be managed. People can’t read minds. They can’t know what the other person wants or needs. Sometimes, the two people in the relationship can have wildly different ideas of what they expect from their partner. If you’re going to engage in this type of relationship, then it’s recommended that you say your expectations as early as possible — it’ll prevent many headaches. If your partner says they would like, for example, to be told if you’re going out on the town, then you’ll know what you need to do. Communication is the key.



 Have an End-Goal




It’s not easy being in a long-distance relationship, but it gets much easier to do if you know there’s an end-goal in sight. Humans can endure just about anything if they know it’s going to end one day. Problems can begin to arise when your permanent state is one that’s far away from each other. Of course, things change, and even if you set a date, there’s always a chance that it’ll change. But it’s important that there is a date out there, even if it’s dependent on circumstances (for example, “when I find a job,” “when I’ve saved up enough money,” and so on).



 Daily Communication




Do you think being in a long distance relationship is tough now? Spare a thought for people who did it way back when, when there was only old snail-mail to stay in touch. There could be months passing between messages. Now, that problem has been removed entirely thanks to technology. You’ve got a smartphone in your pocket that can send a message across the world in an instant. A good morning or good night text can make you feel all the more nearer to one another. Texts take care of the issue of regular communication. Video calls are another thing entirely. They essentially allow you to be in the same room. It can take a little getting used to at first, but it’s worthwhile powering through with it — it’ll be an essential part of staying close while you’re  apart.


Keep the Positivity




Finally, remember to stay positive. Long-distance relationships can be tough, but they’ll be enough tougher if you’re focusing on how hard things are. Instead, be grateful that you’ve got someone in your life that cares, loves and supports you, and that you won’t be apart from one another forever.

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