What is trivial or important in a long distant relationship?

Long distances can do something to nitpicking on every thing. Most importantly, not keeping the other posted about everything that is happening in the other's life. What was seemingly trivial suddenly becomes 'the issue'. How does one find a middle path?

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Dipannita Ghosh Biswas
July 13, 2017


  1. In long distance relationship, you don't need a bitch to make things sour. It is sitting right there in the middle – 'distance'. But then, when there is a will there is a way. *p**p*To begin with, when things start going south, give each other some time to miss your older versions – the romantic, friendly ones and not the current squabbling kind. *p**p*And when work life catches up, the romantic you is gagged and put somewhere in the backseat. But whenever you start missing never hesitate to make that call wherever you are and whatever the time, to say how much you love him/her. *p**p*Why don't you put down that surprise gift? Or that handwritten letter? *p**p*You can also keep your own silly pacts. For example, every time the person who starts the fight will have to buy you a gift. *p**p*You met, you fell in love. Long distance relationship is the test to prove how much. How about starting by seeing it that way? All nitpicking might start losing their hold one by one. *p**p* *p*

  2. It's only Faith. If one has faith on other, things go smoth. Commitment of course is needed. However, when you don't get update from the other side, instead of thinking negative, giving time to other side is Faith. *p*

  3. I feel only the very mature ones make it through a long distance relationship. It's very tough to understand your partner's absence. And to have trust and faith in him/her all the time. But it gets easy if your love is true and unconditional and if both of you are really mature enough to understand and take care of your love. Patience is an important key which doesn't let anything make an issue. *p*

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