sawlanut

there’s a thing about long-distance relationships: you don’t really know what’s going on in the life of the other one, some thousand miles away. either there is full confidence or there isn’t. what to do when you “feel” something and you are not given the chance to talk it out? sawlanut… hakol hije beseder… breathe in… breathe out…

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  1. I have been in a few long distance relationships that failed. So I entered my current one with very low expectations. In some ways, being far as helped. We had to actually just talk and listen to each other instead of being caught up in the trappings of a standard relationship. But one thing I had to do was just let it go. I can’t spend my time worrying about losing her or her not being faithful. She has never shown me a reason to doubt her so why spend my time fighting situations that are not real? You can never win a battle against a ghost.

  2. I am in a long distance relationship, and have realized the most important thing to do is NEVER fight through email, messaging or whatsapp.

    It’s easy to vent but impossible to recall the words once said. They get burned in the mind and across cyberspace.

    Best to be chill, catch up, talk about pleasant things, and when you’ll meet up again :).

    And look forward to it. Agree with Steve that you can’t imagine and fight against ghosts!

    All the best.

    • I will try to stay calm. it’s just so hard because we don’t have the possibility to talk regularly due to connection problems…

      • I know what you mean. Besides the time difference, connectivity is a huge problem.
        I stay on top of a mountain where the signal is very low.
        Misheard and misunderstood, that is how the (mis)communication happens. Very frustrating.
        Just have to let time pass.
        Write a handwritten letter. Send a photo or a postcard. Still lots of meaningful ways to let the other person know that you miss them, care about them and think about them.

  3. Thanks for checking out my blog. Wish you all the best with your long distance relationship :)

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