Transform Your Long Distance Love to A Deserving Happily Ever-After

How many times have you heard – long distance love just doesn’t work? This is far from true and more often than not is spoken from someone who has never been in your situation or didn’t know how to make it work. If you are open to the possibility of long distance love here are some tips to help keep your connection strong and take it to the next level.

Have you been silently wondering, “What if this person is that special someone I have been looking for my whole life?

Thanks to the internet, the whole wide world is accessible at your fingertips and you are no longer left to look for love in your local area. Long distance relationships are being much more common and the success rate is ever increasing!! You should be delighted to how much a relationship can grow if you are willing to work at it.

If you are ready, willing and able to apply some simple rules, your relationship can develop into one of the most successful and happy relationships that ever existed.

I think most people in your position agree that long distance relationships are not easy. There are time constraints of being able to travel with work schedules and the long stretches in-between. However, the quality of the relationship is more likely to increase if both people are committed to keeping in constant contact and being the most supportive person to each other despite the distance.

Here are some sensation tips from other successful long distance lovers to help you reach your happily ever after like they have:

1. Do not put pressure on each other about permanently coming together. Major life decisions and moves take time. If it truly is meant to be it will happen so settle that in your mind and appreciate that this amazing person is in your life right now. On the other hand, don’t be afraid to tell your partner what you really need and want from him or her, he or she deserves to know these things about you and judge whether they can give it to you. The key is to make sure these conversations are taking place and see to it that you are both comfortable with the pace.

2. Keep in touch daily. Avoid cancelling visits and putting off phone calls. If big phone bills are a concern, send e-mail, letters, or cute little cards. And when you do make contact, don’t just resort to romantic talk, but keep each other informed on the day-to-day operations of your lives. This is the best way to find out what the other is feeling, thinking and going through. At least once a month, be sure to share what is most important in the long-term in regards to your goals, values and dreams.

3. As silly as it seems, always be on the lookout for cheap airfare or set some money aside every week for gas if you travel by car to see each other. As if long distance relationships are not more complex than most relationships to begin with, the extra expenses to can stress. Most importantly, don’t put a few dollars over saving a relationship but do develop the discipline of saving money to spend time with your sweetheart.

4. Be prepared to be understanding and flexible. If you tell your partner often how much you think about and love him or her, you will prevent the possibility of jealousy that plagues so many long distance relationships. Unless your partner gives you a reason to doubt their trust than never assume the worst. It is much more effective to make them miss you more and find ways to fill them with the constant urge to see you so steer clear of possessiveness at all costs. Being paranoid and making false accusations will only hinder the relationship from evolving successfully.

These guidelines may seem simple but they work!! My last piece of advice it to always keep the bigger picture in the forefront of your mind. If your partner truly wants to be with you, then there is no way they would not want to wait forever to have you next to her or him. As long as you both respect each other and are patient with one another present place in life, your relationship can turn out a happy and harmonious relationship for the long run.