To give you a better overall experience, we want to provide relevant ads that are more useful to you.For example, when you search for a film, we use your search information and location to show the most relevant cinemas near you.Jennifer started Survive LDR after being in a long-distance relstionship.Her vision is to help other women overcome their long-distance relationships struggles.Your emotions may be pulled across the world, but you are not alone in your struggle.Together we can support one another to build happy and healthy long-distance relationships that last a lifetime.Just like what was mentioned earlier, being in a long distance relationship subjects you to a magnified and intensified way of feeling and perceiving emotions.
Come join our community to build a stronger bond of people who experience the roller coaster of emotions from frustration to joy, sadness to excitement, and anger to happiness within a long-distance relationship.
Our mission at Survive LDR is to provide practical advice and inspiration to women who experience the highs and lows of being in a long-distance relationship.
We understand how hard it can be to keep a healthy balance of two worlds.
However, there’s a huge difference between simply ‘surviving’ and actually ‘nurturing’ a bond especially if you’re not physically together. It doesn’t matter if they have to travel ten hours just to have a two-hour conversation with you; two days or three days of vacation is more than enough even after a year or two of being away from each other. Because they know how heartbreaking it is to hope for something and just be disappointed in the end.
Some people have the ability to endure and just go with the flow while others can actually have fun regardless of the physical absence of the person they are in a relationship with – so how can you know if it’s really true love or just enduring patience? They never fail to express how much they long for you. It’s so easy to say the common “I miss you” but it’s another thing if they actually do something to express their endless longing to be with you. You both face the challenges and the struggles of being in a long distance relationship together, even if one partner is more independent and less expressive than the other, there is true love if they try their very best so that their more emotionally dependent and clingy significant other won’t feel alone in this journey. They’ll do everything just to finally see and feel you in their arms again no matter how far and exhausting it can be just to get to where you are. Long distance relationships can be emotionally exhausting for couples.