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    I am currently in long distance relationship and try to manege studying and keep the relationship with my boyfriend well. However, most of my time is taken by studying and it is hard to keep contact constantly with him. Therefore, he thinks I don't care about him and focus on other things. I try to tell him about my situation, but he keeps saying that my most important thing is studying not him.
    I want to make him understands my feelings. How can I do that ?
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    do you skype/facetime etc?
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    (Original post by Monica-Azuki)
    I am currently in long distance relationship and try to manege studying and keep the relationship with my boyfriend well. However, most of my time is taken by studying and it is hard to keep contact constantly with him. Therefore, he thinks I don't care about him and focus on other things. I try to tell him about my situation, but he keeps saying that my most important thing is studying not him.
    I want to make him understands my feelings. How can I do that ?
    I know how you feel! But the key thing is definitely for him to understand, and to be there for you - as a boyfriend - throughout. I reckon the best way to go about this, because studying is VERY important, is simply make a timetable. This can help you with time management and you can add in as many free time as necessary, and either use the free time to keep in contact with him, or just for yourself to relax (this is very important to do in ‘studying stages’). Hope this helps!!
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    (Original post by sugarplumfairy_)
    do you skype/facetime etc?
    Not really We only text everyday.
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    (Original post by pinkeyhp1)
    I know how you feel! But the key thing is definitely for him to understand, and to be there for you - as a boyfriend - throughout. I reckon the best way to go about this, because studying is VERY important, is simply make a timetable. This can help you with time management and you can add in as many free time as necessary, and either use the free time to keep in contact with him, or just for yourself to relax (this is very important to do in ‘studying stages’). Hope this helps!!
    Thank you for your advice! As you said, making a time table would help me focus on each thing in short time. And it would make more time to do things for my boyfriend and myself. I will try to do so!
    Thank you again
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    (Original post by Monica-Azuki)
    Thank you for your advice! As you said, making a time table would help me focus on each thing in short time. And it would make more time to do things for my boyfriend and myself. I will try to do so!
    Thank you again
    Happy to be of help
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