My boyfriend and I have been friends for 4 years, and have only been in a LDR for a couple of months. most of the time it's easier to be afraid and lonely than happy.
But we work hard at keeping our relationship and he is planning to finally visit despite his worries about flying.
For instance, unless you're looking for a casual, non-exclusive relationship, at some point, one of you is going to have to move.
That can add a whole lot of stress to your already strained couplehood. Are you evaluating whether one of you will move, and if so, does that mean marriage?
But you may be surprised how much a relationship can grow – if you work at it.
Late-night talks and thoughtful letters can convey a lot of what is most important in the long-term: your goals, values and dreams.
Those of us who've tried can all attest: it's haaaaaard.
So rarely does one cliche so succinctly sum up something.how do i help make him belive in me and know i believe in him.we both know we love each other and we are doing all the right things to make it work but hes just not trusting me that much what do i do HELP?Before Alexander Graham Bell ever was born, people kept in long-distant contact by writing words on a piece of paper, which they then placed into an envelope, affixed a postage stamp (in those days, you had to lick them), and then mailed through the post office.These were called "letters." You can also send care packages and little gifts, or peruse the selection of sicky sweet cards at your local Hallmark store.and I was sure he'd been hit by a bus and that's why he couldn't get to the phone. What had actually happened was that the nine-hour time difference got in the way. Remember this: missing a day (36 hours in my case) does not indicate relationshipial jeopardy.