I've been dating my boyfriend for over 2 years now. Since last May, we've been doing the long distance thing (I graduated college and had to move). Within the past few months, we've both noticed that we're not connecting as much. We only get to see each other once a week, for only a few hours. The amount of sex we have is next to zero because we can't have sex where we meet. I love my boyfriend very much, but I'm not sure what to do. We've both said that we want to make this work, but what if we can't? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Just keep the communication going, you have to show him that you still care.
I've been in a long distance relationship for three years now. We perfectly made it through by meeting every two weeks for one weekend. I think if you stick to regular meeting for more than just a few hours, it will turn out just great.
My work schedule makes it difficult to meet for a whole weekend. I work Wednesday through Saturday, so I don't have a normal weekend like most people (or my boyfriend)
Meet every other week for dinner. It may not sound like much, but if you end up at cooking at one of your places, the bedroom is right there if you are planning on re-sparking the physical aspect of the relationship.
You Both can plot time together. You Both can get jobs in the same city. You Both have urges to stay together and urges to move on. You both know how an open relationship works. You both know how to say goodbye and remian friends. You both know how to communicate clearly with the other. And you both know the relationship felt more solid before long distance augmented your under-bellies. Good luck kids. There are a million other people who are just-as right for you; but you are addicted to suffering then... keep bitching.
There are a hundreds of other people who are just-as right for you; but IF you are addicted to suffering then... keep bitching.