Dating advice long term relationships
Or maybe your dating history consists only of brief flings and you don't know how to make a relationship last.
One thing is clear though— it's never easy to keep a long-distance relationship afloat, and it can often take extra finesse to keep the spark alive.
To hear some tips on how to weather the pitfalls of a long-distance romance, we asked Dr.
Paulette Sherman—a licensed psychologist with a specialty in romantic relationships, and author of the guided meditation companion Talking every single day might be overkill in a normal relationship, but when you're long-distance, lack of communication can prey on insecurities.
The break-up of a relationship can be very damaging to our self-esteem, particularly when it comes to feeling attractive and sexy.
What’s more, in the security and intimacy of a long-term relationship, looking after our appearance can become a low priority; we may get out of the habit of looking for clothes that really suit us, or of spending time on grooming, because we associate these habits with our younger and (maybe) vainer selves.