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Mike
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long-distance relationship

Hello everybody.My question fairly banal, I think, but what to do - I do not know. I am 23 years old, I have a relationship at a distance for about a year. Even thought in my return to life together. The essence of my problem is that our relationship is not quite equal. I have since last year, I am abroad and my lifestyle has changed. Many people think: "Well, by itself, the relationship just as there is not a way of life will change." But no. It has changed dramatically. By itself, I do not flabby, but the guy, that i love him very much, and I find myself thinking that he controlled me at what he did not notice how it is made. I do not go nowhere already. Just doing what I train, I go to the university and the store. All. My partner is no longer valued. Hysterics, that I cheated on him. Do not trust me until the end. I just do not know what to do. How to get out of this situation, not to hurt him? Really, really I love him and are not able to hurt, but so continue to exist can not. Help me please.

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Mike
Last seen: 1 year 5 months ago
Joined: 07/08/2016 - 09:24
long-distance relationship

The biggest benefit of being in a LDR is that it forces you to communicate–words are often all you have. You may never again in the course of your relationship have this much focused time and energy to spend communicating with your partner. Use it. If you get to know them deeply and well, that will pay off big time in the long run.

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Mike
Last seen: 1 year 5 months ago
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Der, there is no standard solution to your serious problem, because everybody is different, and their perception also differs. I don't actually understand what are you going to tell him - about your break up, or about new relationships with him, I mean new model of it. Be open, and honest with him, and explain everything as it is. I think that he will understand you.

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Mike
Last seen: 1 year 5 months ago
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Well, it turns out, you can dramatically increase you chance of a happy, healthy and fulfilling long distance relationship by understanding a few simple facts….how often should you visit one another. I am not sure it is the best relations but othervice it can be present.

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Vincent
Last seen: 1 year 2 months ago
Joined: 07/12/2016 - 10:02
long-distance relationship

People who are far away from each other, faced with a serious lack of communication, face to face. In this modern age, of course, there are many alternatives: phone calls, text messages, social networking and other methods invented since then, have ceased to be used pigeons. However, most of our messages of this kind is reduced, and this, in turn, can easily turn into a native language relationships at a distance. The downside of this is that all the alternatives is still not fully perform the functions assigned to them. Bearing in mind that once you are regularly communicated and met, and now daily interaction has decreased dramatically, you need to make really a lot of effort to be at a distance, and really feel the proximity of the person.

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Barboro
Last seen: 1 year 2 months ago
Joined: 07/12/2016 - 10:03
long-distance relationship

If the relationship began at a distance, then of course it will be easier to communicate away from each other, because that is saved was present dynamics. If the partners are accustomed to regular finding each other in their life, "less personal" communication can be a real problem, especially with the passage of time. Relationships can be transformed into text-voice, which makes them a little strange, especially when the pair meet again after a long separation. There is only one type of person who will build relationships at a distance: it is a man or a woman, who appreciate their own space (in addition, they believe that it should be a lot), but who also do not want to lose the connection with your loved one.

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Mike
Last seen: 1 year 5 months ago
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long-distance relationship

If you and your significant other are in a relationship at a distance, that your lives are quite different, and some important circumstances prevent you from living in the same city, or even in one country. Maybe you just met and do not know each other enough to move to live in another city. Despite erupted feelings, your life will still go hand in hand. You can not just sell their house, quit my job and move. Or can you? But what if you do, but in the end it did not work? What if he or she is moved to your city (or your home)? Will it be a dream come true or a nightmare suffocating? I think that your partner at a distance should not control you so much ...

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Mike
Last seen: 1 year 5 months ago
Joined: 07/08/2016 - 09:24
long-distance relationship

Perhaps you start a relationship, as usually happens, but circumstances, dreams, desires, conscious decision to create a physical distance between you. It is very important to strengthen the sense of community relations, and communication should be based on mutually agreeable sensation of stability. However, over time, you can gradually cease to feel the presence of your partner in your life, the same can feel he is. In any case, when are both are at a distance it is much more difficult. In addition, you will gradually lose confidence. I think that any long-distance relationship is doomed to break. So I do not see this as a problem.

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Milton
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Joined: 07/12/2016 - 10:04
long-distance relationship

Rule of the city sets the primary philosophical question, when it comes to monogamy: Is cheating cheating is considered if it is not in the city where your other half lives? Too often the person himself answers it: "What he does not know about, can not hurt." An "walk" to behave that way, regardless of where his other half, however, the chances of inappropriate behavior increases when people are away from each other. Monogamy can be a significant problem over time, even under direct control. Most people, however, are either categorized as apostate, or for those who firmly rejects something similar. Your partner has already begun to be jealous of you. Imagine what could happen next.

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Johnson
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Joined: 07/12/2016 - 10:04
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Many relationships end due to lack of confidence (for real reasons or imaginary), and the long-distance relationship - it is generally a minefield in this sense. In fact, you have no chance to find out if you have your loved one is cheating or not. But remember that finding the next to each other does not make any guarantees. Healthy, monogamous relationships require from its members a moral compass, ethical grounding, commitment and dedication to the partner. Your trust in the relationship depends largely on your personality, from your previous experience romantic encounters, from your behaviors, and of course on whether you are a jealous person or not.

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Ismual
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long-distance relationship

I also think that one of the main problems in a relationship at a distance is a question of trust. And when your partner says he does not believe you, or jealous, it means that he also has some connections, which thou knowest not. If your spouse loves to flirt, then you may be faced with real or imagined problems that do not benefit your relationship. But your passion can not be seen anything like it, but the fear that he may go "left", will lead to the fact that long-distance relationship may collapse under the weight of suspicion. So I think the best way to deal with this problem is simply abandon this relationship.

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