Romantic ideas for long distance dating
Envelope 1: (Open for something sweet) – a shell from the beach in Florida (where we will meet for the first time) Envelope 2: (Open for something sweet) -an i Tunes giftcard with a list of romantic songs (since I was on vacation when I put this together I wasn’t able to make a mix cd) Envelope 3: (open for something sexy) -Some sexy photos on a USB Envelope 4: (open for something sweet) -Gummy bears (his favourite! Envelope 7: (open for something sweet) -Hot chocolate packets since it’s usually damp and cold in England and I can’t be there to warm him up 🙂 *Of course there are endless possibilities so make this idea your own and send your boyfriend or girlfriend a weeks worth of surprises they would like!
Whether you’ve read anything by me or not, I should start out by saying my motto with long distance relationships (LDRs) has always been: Long distance kills relationships.I approach long distance relationship questions like I’m doing emergency first aid – I need stop all of the damaging behaviors immediately and set you on the winning course immediately. In a regular relationship, you have room for error…sure you might have some habits that push him away or turn him off, but there’s plenty of things you do when you’re together that make up for it.MORE: The Most Important Relationship Advice You Will Ever Receive In a long distance relationship, the relationship is stripped down to its core essence.A lot of distractions are removed, as well as a lot of luxuries, which can make a relationship easier.I continue to stand by that, but there’s another side to this, which is: Long distance forces you to become at relationships. The “stuff” that makes a relationship work is the same whether you share the same bed or live 3,000 miles apart.
The “stuff” that makes a relationship magical, profound, and amazing is the same.
My point in all of this is that there’s an empowering way to look at your long distance relationship, one that will set you up to win.
I’m going to give you the best possible answer on how to make a long distance relationship work, I just need to make sure you’re looking at things in a way that will help you win (and avoid the common pitfalls).
Bottom line: You need to look at your LDR as a positive test for your relationship.
If it’s meant to be, the distance will make your relationship much stronger, much deeper, and much more fulfilling.
Really, it’s an advantage: instead of a relationship dragging on and on for years (despite it lacking the “it” factor for one or both of you), it Sure, a relationship ending is sad…