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How to stop being so clingy in a long distance relationship? watch

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    Above question. Thanks.
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    Be less clingy. Damn I'm good.

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    Just keep yourself busy. Get a hobby, buy something to keep you occupied etc.

    As someone in a LDR, the less frequently you communicate (to an extent..) the more you have to talk about when you do, and the more you'll make the most of said time.
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    Above question. Thanks.
    (Original post by fr0sr_)
    Just keep yourself busy. Get a hobby, buy something to keep you occupied etc.

    As someone in a LDR, the less frequently you communicate (to an extent..) the more you have to talk about when you do, and the more you'll make the most of said time.
    Yes agree with the bit in bold but also it will show him or her that you aren't so dependent on them and you have your own life which they will respect.
    Also try to stay away or distance yourself from social network sites which he tends to go on can help and hang out with your friends more.
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    As others said really, just keep yourself busy, try and see friends etc.
 
 
 
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