I met my partner when she was in school. I was her home tutor for Math. We started dating when she completed high school. I was then in my last year of college. Now, a year later, I’m doing my MBA. And we live in different cities. We talk less and get to see each other three to four times a year. The distance is growing on us. How do I bridge the gap?
Dear Rajesh, long-distance relationships (LDRs) are hard. I understand what anxiety-ridden time we go through, romantically speaking, in arrangements such as these. Emotional, romantic and sexual frustration can make it hard for us to think straight.
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