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Top sign of your relationship wouldn’t survive long distance

Every relationship has the way when relationship not working properly. Hey, friends again I am here to tell you the top sign of your relationship wouldn’t survive long distance. These things you should be avoided with your partner as well as ask your partner.

In this post, I will tell you the 7 sign of your relationship wouldn’t survive long distance which is given below-

  • You don’t trust each other.

  • You expect perfection.

  • You’re not hopeful or positive about being together.

  • You’re just not willing to try.

  • You’re not being honest.

  • You can’t come to an agreement or compromise when it comes to your plans.

  • You haven’t communicated about the future.

These all things you do in your relationship. I will tell you in detail one by one how it is affected on your relationship.

  • You don’t trust each other:
Top sign of your relationship wouldn't survive long distance
Top sign of your relationship wouldn’t survive long distance

 

Trust is key to making long distance work. There will be so many times that you won’t be able to see your partner, hear their voice, or hang out whenever you want. If that leaves you wondering whether or not your partner is being faithful or having doubts, that might actually be a very serious implication about the state of your relationship.

According to a study from Northwestern University and Redeemer University College in Ontario, Canada, those who trust their partners are more likely to be in long-term, successful relationships. No matter where they are, you should trust your significant other in order for you to be together. Long-distance has a habit of testing trust, but doubt or fear in relationships can come from a multitude of sources.

It’s important to ask why you’re having doubts or where your trust issues come from. It might be good to communicate your feelings with your partner, hear their perspective, and hopefully come up with ways to honor, soothe, or help quell your feelings.

  • You expect perfection:
Top sign of your relationship wouldn't survive long distance
Top sign of your relationship wouldn’t survive long distance

Everyone knows and you’ve heard this 100 times. Nobody’s perfect. Your relationship and your partner aren’t exceptions to the rule. In fact, when you’re entering unfamiliar territory, there’s plenty of room for imperfection. Expect a few moments of frustration, annoyance, and confusion during long distance. It’s all part of the learning process.

This might be particularly tough when it comes to visits. You’re probably hoping that your reunions will be absolutely perfect, but guess what? Things happen.

“There’s so much pressure with visits when it comes to long-distance relationships,” writer Allison Bowsher told HuffPost. “Do you hang out with your partner and friends in a social setting or stay home to have one-on-one time? Does your family want to spend time with your partner? Does one of you need to work or study during the visit? Is there a big conversation hovering like an elephant in the room and do you have that talking face to face when you have limited time together, or over the phone later?

“Some trips will be full of great memories and carefree times, and some will be full of fighting over big or small issues and that’s OK! ‘Real’ relationships are full of ups and downs and long-distance relationships are no exception.”

  • You’re not hopeful or positive about being together:
Top sign of your relationship wouldn't survive long distance
Top sign of your relationship wouldn’t survive long distance

Look on the bright side: you have each other. You’re going to go through hard times, but you could come out even stronger or happier in the end. And bonus you’re going to have a little more time to spend getting to know yourself, your own view of your relationships, and how you are independent of your partner.

  • You’re just not willing to try:
Top sign of your relationship wouldn't survive long distance
Top sign of your relationship wouldn’t survive long distance

Spoiler alert: you’re going to have to try pretty hard to make things work, especially at first. There’s got to be an adjustment period in order for you and your partner to figure out what you like when to talk, how to bond, and when to see each other. There’s not a ton of time for carelessness in a successful long-distance relationship.

“You need to work toward having a very strong, solid base to your relationship when you’re long distance. Be open, honest, and trusting,” blogger Alexandra Starkovich told HuffPost. “Take the time to figure out how and when is best to communicate with each other. Work at making each other feel special, even without seeing each other. All the things you work on during a normal relationship will need extra effort for in a long distance relationship.”

  • You’re not being honest:
Top sign of your relationship wouldn't survive long distance
Top sign of your relationship wouldn’t survive long distance

As they say, it’s the best policy. That phrase is especially true in long-distance relationships. Whether it’s your annoyance with your partner missing your calls or your feelings of sadness without them by your side, you should be able to talk it out, discuss, and come close to some sort of healthy conclusion.

If you’re not being honest and just letting your feelings pile up, you may explode, argue, or end up getting overwhelmed, none of which is helpful or productive for your relationship.

  • You can’t come to an agreement or compromise when it comes to your plans:
Top sign of your relationship wouldn't survive long distance
Top sign of your relationship wouldn’t survive long distance

So, you’re basically living in a tale of two cities. Maybe one of you is absolutely in love with your current city or the place you met and from which your partner moved while the other half of your relationship has totally fallen for their new city and hopes you’ll head there.

No matter your exact situation, it’s important that you come to some sort of agreement or compromise about where you’ll head together unless you want to do long-distance forever.

The decision of where to live can be a deal-breaker in relationships, especially if one party feels extremely attached to a particular place.

  • You haven’t communicated about the future:
Top sign of your relationship wouldn't survive long distance
Top sign of your relationship wouldn’t survive long distance

This is the last and most important things you should consider. You’re going to need a plan for the future, both long-term and short-term. Will you visit every month? Will you move in together after a year?

There should be an end game or overarching goal for your relationship. Making these plans, big or small, can be really fun and also shows that both parties are making efforts to keep things moving forward and maintain one another as a priority.

If you or your partner can’t face the future or decide what you’re looking for, that might not be a good sign of things to come. Healthy communication is essential to making long-distance relationships work, so make sure that you’re at least attempting to form some sort of plan.

Now, the time is to ask yourself that what mistake you doing and your partner. You can share this post with your partner to understand his/her mistake. So that is all you need to care about your relationship. If you want ask more question you can comment below or you can directly email me at ravancalmail@gamil.com. 

 

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