In today’s dating world, long-distance relationships aren’t exactly uncommon anymore, especially for young people. Whether you both met across the world online or are heading to different parts of the world for university, deciding to start an LDR requires a lot of effort and understanding to keep the spark alive.
In case you feel that LDRs are doomed to fail, know that some of them can and do succeed. In fact, a study showed that couples who are in LDR are no less satisfied with their relationships compared to those who are living in close geographic proximity. But of course, not everything has a 100 per cent success rate.
More often than not, you might be wondering if the drawbacks of not being able to hold your partner and see them in person are really worth it and when that happens, it’s common to feel hopeless and the desire to end things. Sometimes that feeling is wrong, but there are times when your gut is right. Here’s how to tell that it’s time to end your LDR.