So you’ve met the love of your life, your other half and best friend, you’re on cloud nine. But it turns out they live miles away from you, or even halfway across the globe, and your world starts to shrink. Some people can identify with this feeling, but people who haven’t experienced long distance relationships before can find it particularly hard to cope with the separation between them and their partners. If you are going through this problem and need some advice, then take a look at how you can still be happy in love regardless of the space between you.
Working on the important things
It is really easy to overthink the ‘what if’s’ and the ‘what happens when…’ sorts of questions when it comes to long distance relationships. Instead of getting stressed and anxious of what could go wrong, focus on the things that are going right in the present. It’s easier said than done, but with time you will begin to understand the importance of living for the moment and appreciating what you have.
Try to make small and realistic plans and goals to work towards, like those that would come out of a psychic reading. This way you won’t be disappointed if something doesn’t go in your favour or unexpected events happen that are out of your control.
It won’t be forever
Remember, that if you truly love each other and plan to spend the rest of your lives together, the distance won’t be forever. Communication is key in every aspect of a relationship and try to understand that this equally goes for couples who see each other every day. Don’t make the distance get in the way of the most valuable factor in any relationship. If you work on your plans whilst setting realistic goals along the way, you will soon be in the comfort of each other’s presence every day.