How To Navigate Long Distance Relationships

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    There are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to dating and long-distance relationships.

    Most of these are perpetuated by a concept that is rife with sexual stereotypes.

    Women are sexual creatures. They always want the chase, whether it’s with a single man or a long-term relationship.

    Many would assume that women are better suited for long-distance relationships.

    If you are being pursued or have a long-term relationship and she’s trying to move away, then it doesn’t make much sense to stay in a relationship that is only getting worse.

    However, this isn’t always the case. Women can be just as sexually active as their male counterparts, even if they are in a long-distance relationship.

    I know many female long-distance daters who have explored their sexual fantasies with a partner with who they are in a long-distance relationship with.

    With that said, here are the top 7 tips for navigating long-distance relationships:

    1. Visualizing your sex life

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    When you are in a long-distance relationship, visualizing a full sexual experience can be tough.

    Sometimes, you just want to be able to smell and taste your partner and you can’t.

    However, getting creative will help you and your partner get through the tough times.

    Create and view a detailed sex tape of both of you naked. Do it as many times as you can. Doing this can help keep your imagination going and keep your interest growing.

    You can do this with all sorts of photos from before and after a sex act.

    Just be sure to clean up your phone before your long-distance partner gets a hold of it.

    If you are with someone who lives far away, send him or her explicit photos of yourself, either naked or in lingerie.

    2. Communicate with your partner regularly

    It is easy for relationships to become routine. That is not what you want in a long-distance relationship.

    Long-distance relationships need to be spontaneous. This is when spontaneity is crucial.

    You need to ask your partner about her feelings and sex life.

    Try to video chat as often as you can. This can allow you to see your partner’s reaction to your video message.

    You can also send messages that you’ve downloaded onto your partner’s device.

    For example, you can send a sexy video to your partner to help him or she get turned on.

    3. Plan occasions for sex

    When you are in a long-distance relationship, sometimes you don’t have the opportunity to schedule sex with your partner.

    This can be frustrating. However, you need to schedule sex. You need to plan times for you and your partner to get frisky.

    Even if you have already had sex the day before, plan for another night of sexual activity.

    4. Pay attention to your partner

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    When you are with your partner, it’s easy to not pay attention to them.

    You want the sexual tension to build so that you can have an orgasm together. This is when you need to stay on your partner’s level.

    When your partner is climaxing, you need to pay attention to them.

    They need you to continue to focus on them until they are finished.

    5. Express your sexual fantasies

    It can be easy to think that your partner’s fantasies are a sexual fantasy of yours.

    This is not the case. Most of your partner’s fantasies will be different than what you have.

    You can express your own fantasies and have your partner express theirs, too.

    This can be a great way to satisfy your partner’s fantasies and satisfy yours at the same time.

    Long-distance relationships can be difficult. But, with the right communication, it can be more fulfilling.

    6. Talk about it

    The best way to know whether or not a long-distance relationship will work for you is to talk about it.

    If your partner says that they have no interest in long-distance, that’s fine, but consider the risk that the distance will become a factor in your relationship.

    While distance may be one of the obstacles to a successful long-distance relationship, it’s not the only one.

    There are other things that are going to be tough to deal with that you don’t even have to think about when you live in the same town as your partner.

    7. You don’t have to be in a long-distance relationship

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    If you’re not really that into long distance, you don’t have to do it.

    This could be the case if you live in a smaller town and don’t have a lot of choices for dating or just to meet people.

    There are other ways to be close to your partner without making the distance a point of contention.

    You can still have a happy and healthy long-distance relationship without you actually living in the same place as your partner.

    You can still keep each other in touch, keep in touch with each other’s friends and families, and still have a happy relationship.

    The secret is to have an open conversation with your partner about the future of the relationship and see what they want from it.

    Long-distance relationships can be challenging, but they don’t have to be a lost cause.

    The biggest challenge is really being willing to do the work and make a relationship work.