In many ways, being in a long distance relationship can be the greatest thing to happen to your relationship…
At this point, you might think I’m crazy, but think about it…
I continue to stand by that, but there’s another side to this, which is: Long distance forces you to become at relationships. The “stuff” that makes a relationship work is the same whether you share the same bed or live 3,000 miles apart.
The “stuff” that makes a relationship magical, profound, and amazing is the same.
I approach long distance relationship questions like I’m doing emergency first aid – I need stop all of the damaging behaviors immediately and set you on the winning course immediately. In a regular relationship, you have room for error…
sure you might have some habits that push him away or turn him off, but there’s plenty of things you do when you’re together that make up for it.
Recently, I have started to fear that he’s slipping away.
I can’t tell if it’s just me being crazy or if this is my instincts picking up on him losing interest…
Actually, it’s worse – it’s a ritual that drains you of your happiness and replaces it with fear.
If it feels like more trouble than it’s worth to one or both of you, then the relationship will soon fall apart.
This isn’t as depressing as it sounds, and it has nothing to do with your relationship being long distance.
MORE: How Guys Deal with Break Ups Believe me, I know what it’s like to be worrying and wondering, “Is this really going to last? ” You think about the other person losing interest or cheating on you.
You fear that someone else will come along and take the person you love away from you.