long distance love

Long-distance relationships often masquerade as real relationships. They can be passionate, intense, and loving. But what they can't be is battle-tested.
Most people warn you against doing long distance. "It will never last," they say. Well, I'm here to tell you that yes, yes, it will! Want to know why? Because Whitney and I love each other enough to put in the effort to make it work. It really is that simple.
The 18-year-old lives in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and met her fiancé, Kenny, 23, who lives in Belgium, on a language-learning
Let’s be honest: You’re here, she’s there and no app is going to change that. FaceTime and gadgets alone can’t fix your long
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Most of the long-distance couples Young works with keep in touch by phone or with video calls, but there is a "subset of
The question that arises is, when is it time to let love go, and love "long distance?" Many suffer love's disappointments privately, profoundly.
Long distance relationships absolutely, positively do work and while I was starting mine, I happened upon a lot of happy couples who were making it work too.