and the quality of your interactions is determined by your mood. If you really care about your relationship, then you need to stop “caring” about your relationship.
When you stop stressing out and obsessing about your own fears, worries, and nightmare-scenarios, something great happens: you give the relationship room to breathe.
Recently, I have started to fear that he’s slipping away.
Really, it’s an advantage: instead of a relationship dragging on and on for years (despite it lacking the “it” factor for one or both of you), it Sure, a relationship ending is sad…
I fully understand this and I have personally experienced the heartbreak of a long distance relationship ending, so please don’t mistake me for being overly positive because I don’t understand the pain and worries of a LDR.
My point in all of this is that there’s an empowering way to look at your long distance relationship, one that will set you up to win.
I’m going to give you the best possible answer on how to make a long distance relationship work, I just need to make sure you’re looking at things in a way that will help you win (and avoid the common pitfalls).
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.
If both people feel strongly about each other, the relationship won’t feel like work.
It will be effortless and talking to each other will be the highlight of both your days.
You can’t afford this in a long distance relationship.
The quality of your relationship is entirely dependent on the quality of your interactions…
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