Deal Breaker| Where Art Thou?

distant lovers

Have you ever felt like you been in a long distance relationship, but ya’ll actually live together? It isn’t too unheard of as silly as it sounds. Unfortunately this becomes the deal breaker in a lot of relationships, distance. He seems so far away from you, even though he’s physically right there. You feel as if things might have been better in a long distance relationship.

Gradually over time, it’s the same old thing. Things seem dry, you know he comes home every night; you look at him in bed but it’s like you’re looking right through him. His eyes seem far. It’s a cold feeling that you can’t pinpoint, and it’s tearing about the foundation.

#ForTheLovers, no matter how far love will always remain, but what’s happening with your lover that’s right here? When in a long distance relationship, a lot of times it works really well because of the anticipation of not seeing another gives that missing spark couples that are with one another lose. Sometimes when you are so close to your mate, there’s nothing to look forward to, almost becomes a routine. When in a long distance relationship, not seeing him whenever you want can alter your feelings, but it also can motivate a long-lasting relationship excitements.

After numerous attempts to try to reconnect with him, you lose hope. Ya’ll have become strangers in your own home. The best thing to do is trying to start over, if it’s a mutual feeling, doing things when the relationship was fresh creates a new experience. Can it work?


Author: Tiy Hampton

20 something year old New Yorker, that will make a difference. Open minded, talkative, only child. Shopping, traveling and food are my favorite. God first. I do radio, I model, I write, I report on events and conduct interviews. I believe you must do what you love in order to truly live. #ForTheLove

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