How to tell if you’re ready for a long-distant relationship

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Couples often dismiss the idea of being in a long-distant relationship without having tried it. Here are the signs to help you determine whether or not you would succeed in this kind of set up.

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You trust each other

If you aren’t the type to worry when one of you doesn’t answer their phones then you might just pull it off. Trust plays a major role in a long-distant partnerships and if you get this right from the beginning your relationship will flourish.

You’re very optimistic

When you think about your man, you should be very positive with where you are and where you’re going on as a couple. Compromising comes naturally to you and you’re both working towards a future you’ve been planning.

You’re good with surprises

Surprise visits, cards, and flower deliveries are one of the many things you need to make your partner feel loved, appreciated and thought off. Spontaniety is key in all kinds of relationships but even better for long distance ones.

You’re very big on communication

This could mean calling or texting your partner first thing in the morning, during the day and just before you sleep. Couples who communicate frequently leave no room for suspicions or any void in the relationship.

You take your relationship seriously

There’s no need to torture yourselves by being in a long distance relationship, if you both can see that it’s doomed for failure. Invest your time and energy in a relationship that has potential of being something bigger, and more solid.

You enjoy travelling

The upside to the whole long distance relationship is that you get to visit a different city more often. Bonus!

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