Long distance relationships are not easy at all. But it’s not impossible either. As long as you love each other no matter how hard it is or what problems you may encounter you will always find ways to make it work.

We should meet in another life, we should meet in air, me and you.

Sylvia Plath

I exist in two places, here and where you are.

Margaret Atwood

Souls cross ages like clouds cross skies.

David Mitchell

I’m kissing you now—across the gap of a thousand years.

Marina Tsvetaeva

Come back! Even as a shadow, even as a dream.

Euripides (tr. Anne Carson)

Once you get a taste of what it’s like to sleep in the arms of someone you love, sleeping alone is never enough.
—  “I’m missing you tonight” - Kaceanne
I hate the feeling when you have to say goodbye to someone you want to spend every minute with.
To those who wonder if they can handle a Long Distance Relationship:

It’s not easy.
It’s not always nice.
Sometimes life will get in the way and you won’t be able to talk to them for a time.
You will be sad.
The distance will hurt you- and that’s O.K.
There will be nice moments, too.
Late night conversations.
“Good morning” messages.
“Good night” messages.
“Happy Birthday”’s and “Happy Anniversary”’s.
Skype and Facetime are great.

Just don’t forget: it CAN work.
Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.

Long distance relationships are hard, but they’re also incredible. If you can love, trust, respect, and support each other from a distance then you’ll be unstoppable once you’re physically together.
Long Distance Relationship

Long distance relationship aren’t always ideal. In fact, they’re really tough. You spend countless of hours just talking through a phone or through a screen. You can’t see the person when you want to or when you most need them. You can’t hug, you can’t hold hands, you can’t kiss. You lose the intimacy in physical sense. But then, your relationship becomes based on each other and nothing else. You learn to communicate, because a long distance relationship without communication is nothing. you learn to trust, because you can’t always see or know everything the person is doing. You learn to sacrifice, because someone’s always going to lose a bit of sleep from the time difference. And lastly, you learn to appreciate.

The scariest thing about distance is you don’t know if they’ll miss you or forget about you.
—  Nicholas Sparks