But, like we said in our comprehensive guide to make your long distance relationship thrive, distance isn’t really the hardest part of a long distance relationship.
I mean, sure, separation is hard and can put enormous pressure on the relationship.
Staying over with each other when you visit in a long-distance relationship is totally “acceptable” by our society, so it is hard for young couples to really see what is wrong with it, especially if you are remaining chaste in your relationship.
But, I have to agree with your boyfriend’s parents. There has always been in our Christian tradition an understanding of the sin of “giving rise to scandal”.
As all of the difficulties begin to add up, many couples decide that it is just not worth the trouble.But it is unto the couple to allow the distance to make the relationship strained or not so.And you need much more than patience, communication, and decent Wi Fi! Often, the kind of long distance relationship advice that women magazines slip you aren’t quite the tips you need to tackle the problems of a long distance relationship.Copyright ©2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Question: My boyfriend and I are currently in a long-distance relationship.
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