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We've just uploaded an article with nine tips for making your long-distance relationship work!

What do you think? Are you in a LDR? How do you make it work?

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Hey, thanks for this!

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Long - distance relationships require an extraordinary level of commitment which in most cases is not worth it.
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Having had an LDR at age 13/14 with a girl i'd met on Instagram (i did meet her irl a couple times), I think that LDRs are just so much commitment and require a lot of effort on each partner's part, and you are also likely to end up arguing; however, if they work for you then go ahead, but i'd say if you're doing exams at the same time, there's not much point as you'll get more stressed :/
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The biggest most important thing in long distance relationships is trust and commitment. You have to make time for one another. Be creative with how you're gonna do that. We're in an age where we have so many ways to keep in touch with someone. If you don't make the effort why should your partner? Once you start faltering on effort its doomed. Trust is self explanatory. Lose that and its almost impossible to recover from. LDR will just exacerbate that problem.

It also needs an end date. When it no longer is a long distance relationship and that it is something closer. LDR's can work but they require an incredible amount of effort!
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(Original post by Vic Vinegar)
We've just uploaded an article with nine tips for making your long-distance relationship work!

What do you think? Are you in a LDR? How do you make it work?

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I am currently in a ldr, it's been over 2 years now. I guess it's easier for those people who are older, with jobs where they could book their own flights and go see their partner. I've just turned 18 in December. I've met her once, in the past 2 years and 6 months. I'm in my last year of sixth form, hoping to go into an apprenticeship. I guess right now, it's all about waiting.
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