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LDR don’t work for the majority because they don’t allow for natural bonding. 

How to get a LDR to work.

  1. You both must have excellent communication to avoid/handle problems as they arise.
  2. See other people so there is no pressure to over visit, rush the bonding experience.
  3. Don’t commit to each other unless you can see each other more than a few times a month. 
  4. Practice safe sex. 
  5. Talk about where you see each other going and your plans together. 

If you are constantly wanting more, you will have to consider moving.

You or he is leaving his city. 

Starting a LDR and Moving closer

How to make them work. 

  1. Make sure they are trustworthy. 
  2. Drive or fly for a short visit. 
  3. Then a long visit. 
  4. Talk about / disclose finances, living arrangements, expectations. Strongly suggest getting your own place to live.
  5. Take it slow and date other people as you see each other. If there are problems in the first 3 or 6 months that’s a bad sign or you are moving too fast.

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