• Long Distance Relationship Articles

      by Published on December 13th, 2015 09:40 PM
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      Dear Miss U,
      I have been having a tough time going through the distance. I love my boyfriend with all my heart, and I want nothing to come between us, but that is very difficult with my parents.
      My parents are very strict, I can't make any decisions in my life, and when I try to make a decision, I am usually yelled at and hit. Making me more and more depressed. The worst that has ever happened is that I have been choked by my own father by a decision I tried to make. Me and my loved one talk on Skype, it's the one of the only ways we can talk, and when I try to make a decision,
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      by Published on December 10th, 2015 10:21 PM
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      Dear Miss U,

      I recently realized I had to move away from my boyfriend of 3 months, I want to know if there's anything I need to know about starting a long distance relationship? My boyfriend knows and really wants it to work as well.

      Zelda



      Dear Zelda,

      I feel the only thing people need to know about starting a long distance relationship is that you need to treat the relationship and your partner the same, regardless of proximity. That means making time for each other, supporting each other and meeting each otherís needs. Your relationship ...
      by Published on December 8th, 2015 05:27 AM
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      Dear Miss U,

      Me and my boyfriend have only ever met once and he proposed to me to be my girlfriend through phone calls. He's currently out of town because of his thesis and his work, and we haven't seen each other for half a year. We are both Cancers and very affectionate and I know he loves me, but sometimes he does this thing every month where he says that he is tired of our conversations everyday that seemed too monotone for him. He wants me to contribute more to the conversation and I swear I do contribute, but it never seems enough for him. What should I do? I really love him
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      by Published on November 30th, 2015 10:16 PM  Number of Views: 442 
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      Dear Miss U,

      Recently you gave me advice on how to deal with the pain caused by such a large distance. It was fantastic advice and worked well but unfortunately I find myself in need of your advice again. I have been paying for a trip to India through an organization called world challenge and they are offering a once in a lifetime opportunity that could even help me get jobs etc. in the future, although it costs a lot of money and keeping up with payments can be stressful. I've also been looking at flights and accommodation as I've been planning a trip to see my other half, I'd
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      by Published on November 26th, 2015 10:06 PM  Number of Views: 286 
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      Dear Miss U,

      My partner and I both want to move in together since we have both had our fair shares of long distance relationships.

      He is trying to find a job here with no luck (he hates his job). I might have found one for myself in his town, and his family is way more supportive than mine.

      I am going to a tour around that prospective job in his town but I am dreading it. My current bosses are so nice to me. They even got my partner an interview here. My biggest concern is they just finished training me, but my job is an entry level machine operator
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      by Published on November 23rd, 2015 04:17 AM  Number of Views: 567 
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      Dear Miss U,

      The distance just makes things hard to fix.

      It seems I'm being a crappy girlfriend. I haven't been the best lately. I feel it's because I have resentment held. We've discussed it & it just hasn't gotten any better feeling for me.

      He has issues with my sexual style compared to his, but it's mostly about what's wrong with me.

      The other night over Skype, I was telling him about my chiropractor appointments to help my chronic muscle tension. Since the beginning, we've discussed my ambition to be a mother one day. We are
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      by Published on November 19th, 2015 05:39 AM  Number of Views: 434 
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      Dear Miss U,

      I am really struggling, especially lately with my relationship. We live 3 and a half hours away from each other but I do not drive and his car doesn't have the ability to come down here. Any way, we visit every couple to a few months now. My main questions of the problems that I am dealing with are as follows: (His ex-girlfriend was forced to be sexually acted upon at a party so now he is overprotective of me). Is it normal for him to be upset whenever I wear makeup (he loves me naturally) and whenever I straighten my hair because it looks fake? Also, he does not let
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