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Making a long-distance relationship workPosted on: March 15, 2013 09:54:39
Making a long-distance relationship work can be difficult, and isn't something that is practical for all UK singles out there.
We can't help who we fall for, and unfortunately, our love radar doesn't always keep it in the local area.
When searching for love online, one of the benefits is that it gives you the chance to widen your net and meet people you wouldn't normally have the opportunity to find.
However, there a few top tips to bear in mind for anyone considering dating someone who doesn't live nearby, to give the relationship the best possible chance.
For some singletons, living away from a new partner works perfectly, but for others it can be a very isolated time.
Technology is key in keeping the spark alive in a long-distance relationship, from smartphones to webcams. Keeping in touch throughout the day is a way of feeling closer to one another and a part of the other person's day-to-day life.
While instant messaging is a great way of keeping in constant contact, it is important to pick up the phone from time to time and hear one another's voice too.
Skype and FaceTime are also great ways of getting to see each other when you're not together, as well as keeping the more intimate aspect of your relationship alive.
Just because you're not together, it doesn't mean you can't get a little amorous. Surprising your boyfriend by dressing up in your best lingerie on the webcam, or planning a romantic evening on the phone can be a great way of building up the excitement for when you both reunite.
Try to focus on the opportunities you do have together, rather than wallowing in the time spent without one another. Having a date of when you're next due to meet in mind can help to avoid causing tension and will mean you can enjoy every precious moment spent together.
In the meantime, keep your new partner on their toes by sending them an unexpected cheeky message or picture, or send over a small gift or clue about what you have in store when you next see him.
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