You might face peculiar challenges in a long-distance relationship but it doesn’t have to lead to a break-up.
On this episode of Colours & Flavours Podcast, I shared 10 tips on how to make a long-distance relationship work.
Listen, learn, enjoy, share your thoughts and share this post!
Let’s continue this conversation in the comment section.
♥ What do you think about long-distance relationships? Are you cool with it or not?
♥ What other advice can you give on making a long-distance relationship work?
As mentioned in the episode, you should still commit to your boundaries on physical intimacy while in a long-distance relationship. Listen to this episode on how to control lustful thoughts while dating.
I look forward to reading your comments. Cheers!
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First to comment! yay!
Spot-on as always…👌
Bonus point: Pray. Together or Privately, helps with the peace of mind to keep things moving.
Truee! Thanks for adding that and for the lovely compliment. 💛
Amazingggg as always
I think as you said long distance relationships have both their pros and cons. One pro is how it can be helpful in maintaining physical boundaries. A con is definitely how sometimes texts do not carry as much emotions and can be easily misintepreted. Overall, like you said the quality of relationship in the city or long distance can be the same, depending on how much work you’ll willing to put in. An extra tip maybe could be bible studying or reading together. It just provides stuff to talk about outside the regular so killing two birds with one stone – Spending time together and also, growing. Thanks again for sharinggg 🙂
Well said. Thanksss Ozioma. 😁💛
Absolutely, studying the Bible together is an excellent addition.
Thanks for sharing. 😊
Thanks for this. Long distance relationships require lots of effort but with commitment it should work out between both parties.
My pleasure. Thanks for the comment, too. 😎
Every point was 🔥. Maybe the most important is be committed (ideally sef, it should be a given). I love that the points apply to “close distance relationships” too, maybe except looking forward to when you’ll be together again. 👊🏾👊🏾
True! Thanks a lot, Dipo. I’m glad you enjoyed it. 😊