How to Make the Distance Work: Long-Distance Activities

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Finding fun activities to do with your partner can be a big win for communication and combatting the Big Sad. Looking for new long-distance activities can be pretty bleak sometimes, so let my list of fun stuff give you some fresh ideas to try out. (5/6. Link to intro and other parts here.)

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How to Make the Distance Work: Coping with The Big Sad

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Being away from your partner is what makes long-distance so hard on a day-to-day basis. Finding ways to cope with being away from each other is a huge part of making the distance work. (4/6. Link to the intro and other parts here.)

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How to Make the Distance Work: Your Partner and Your Friends/Family

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Distance can sometimes make it difficult to keep your partner an integral member of your social circles. Encouraging a good relationship between your partner and your friends/family is a big way to keep them from feeling disconnected from your life. (3/6. Link to intro and other parts here.)

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How to Make the Distance Work: A Communication Guide

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Communication is obviously the most important thing to surviving any relationship. With long-distance, it’s even more vital to develop good communication strategies between you and your partner and find the tools that keep you connected. (Post 2/6. Read the intro here.)

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How to Make the Distance Work: A Guide

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As many of you may know, my girlfriend and I have been in a long-distance relationship for over four years. “How do you do it?” is a question we get asked all the time. Instead of my usual shrug and “idk man idk,” I decided to blog an actual answer. Behold, the introductory post (1/6).

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