Surviving a Long Distance Relationship
To survive a long distance relationship, get together on weekends to do something special, talk every night, write love letters, and keep the connection alive. Find out how long distance relationships help people function independently with insight from a relationship coach in this free video on dating and relationships.
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Hi I'm Donna Barnes. I'm a life and dating coach, the owner of NY Dating Coach here in New York City. In this clip we'll talk about how to handle a long distance relationship. And, it can really be fun if you'll look at it that way. And yes, you miss each other all week long, but, really a relationship is good anyway when it's two people that can function independently on their own who choose to be together. And a long distance relationship makes that a lot easier. You can really take the time during the week when you're not together to do things you need to do for yourself, which is really important. And then on the weekends, really go out of your way to make it something special. And talk every night. I really think that that's important to keep the conversation going. You know, even if it's only for twenty or thirty minutes just to say hi hon, how was your day, and really look forward to that phone call with each other so that it keeps that connection alive and keeps you part of their daily life, even though you didn't actually see each other. And love letters are a fun little thing too. Playfully send your thoughts back and forth, emails fine. This is Donna Barnes, from New York City.