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How to Cope with Long Distance Relationships

Before my husband and I finally said goodbye to our long distance relationship last year, we were in it for one year and four months. That's only when we first started dating, but since the day we first met through Instagram, that's one year and ten months! That's a freaking long time of not being together!

Through all those years and months, we've only been together physically for just 30 days! It was hard, and it is definitely hard work, but at the end of the day, I wouldn't have had it any other way. I'm glad I was in a long distance relationship. It has taught me great things about my partner about myself, and about God's faithfulness.

Long distance relationships are very common now, and I think more and more people are becoming more open to what this age of technology has to offer. Thanks to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, Vine, and heck, even Instagram, it has been easier for people to connect with other people from all over the world! There are pros, and there are cons, but one of the most beautiful thing technology has given us is the ability to build relationships. I met Jorge through Instagram, and my life has never been the same since. I'm not saying I'm an expert at this because I know of some people who have been in a long distance relationship far longer than I have, but I would like to share 7 things I've learned on how to cope with this kind of relationship.

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Bye bye LDR

Time really does fly. I can’t believe it’s already been a month since Jorge moved to Canada. I remember the times when we just couldn’t wait for our long distance relationship to end because it really sucked to be apart, but today marks one month of NOT being APART and that’s something to celebrate. (We’re having daing na bangus and Coke for dinner so yes, we’re having a celebration indeed.) Happy one month of BYEBYE L.D.R.!

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Our Love Story: How it all began

Our Love Story, written by Jorge

I opened my Instagram account back in 2010 but it wasn’t until 2012 that I really started using it. It was then that I began posting photos of anything I found interesting and most of the time it was photos of the sky. This then led me to start going on the hashtag #sky and liking any photos that I thought looked good. I have to admit, I was a little addicted to liking photos on Instagram often liking for hours at a time but somehow one photo stood out to me more than any other.

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