Reasons I Am Thankful For My Long Distance Relationship

Being in a long distance relationship is not easy. I know, I’ve been to two long distance relationships and currently in a long distance relationship AGAIN. You might wonder, have I not learned anything from my past relationships? Oh honey, I have learned a LOT.

“Your absence has not taught me how to be alone; it has merely shown me that when together we cast a single shadow on the wall.” —Doug Fetherling

Let’s Talk About You: “I Am Most Thankful Of….”

Thanksgiving was just couple weeks ago and even if it isn’t the day of giving thanks, we shouldn’t stop for being grateful to things.

To start this off, I am thankful for all the things I have right now and most especially I am thankful for all the people that have never left me. I am thankful that I wake up every morning with a smile in my heart. And I am thankful to a person that made me strong. Thankful for every lesson I learned from my past relationship will always remain and whatever wrong-doings we created will always be a lesson to me, a lesson which is never to be repeated in the future.

But this prompt is not about me. This time, it will be about you.

Fears of Someone in a LDR

“Long Distance Relationship (LDR) is an intimate relationship between two partners

who are geographically isolated from one another.”

— Long Distance Relationship on Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long-distance_relationship)


In this present time, most relationships started over the internet. Whether you signed up for a “dating-site”, gave comment to a post and talked almost every day after that or you started as a close distance partners but the other one had to go abroad maybe for work, school or migration. These are some instances why long distance relationships happens.