He went home to take care of his parents but left her a small gift at the airport.
…to keep me from Skypin’ with you, babe.
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Among thousands of others in similar situations, we (Mia and Filip) are continents away from each other: one in Pancevo, Serbia and one in Oregon, USA. Mia went home to visit family and friends, but after 2 months we made plans to meet up in April. When the world collapsed, that didn’t happen.
Long-distance is the new norm in Corona times.
Now, almost everyone is in some sort of far-away relationship. We are gathering stories from those who share their ups and downs and everything in between, while they connect with the ones they love in quarantine.
They’ve been in a long-distance relationship for 3 years. After such a long time apart, Mylynh has come up with some killer long-distance date ideas.
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Their long distance just got longer. Even though it’s hard, they’re not just surviving the distance but exploring what their long-distance relationship teaches them.
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First Whatsapp, then Skype. Michael moved from Texas to Hungary to close the distance. Then Corona happened. Now they’re in separate cities, back where they started.
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After living apart for 3 years, they’re an example of long-distance relationship success. They moved in together in Perth, but are now separated again.
They’re waiting out the quarantine by reading together and making plans to live in Munich after it’s all over.
They discovered long-distance relationship hacks after meeting in Paris and living apart for two years. Their new challenge is there’s no end in sight.
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After a painful process to get her visa for the UK, Dani’s flights to visit Ben were canceled. They’re staying positive and keeping a healthy sense of humor.
Since quarantine, they’ve watched two planned trips get canceled and aren’t sure when they’ll see each other again.
Not only separated by distance, Krista is expecting a baby in 3 months. They’re hoping Anda can make it to the Netherlands for the birth of their son.
After like at first sight, and love shortly after that, Sandra and Stefan visited back and forth between Macedonia and Serbia. They still have creative dates, despite the separation.
Valeria wasn’t expecting to start a lasting relationship on her 2-week trip to Istanbul, but then she met Ozan. They’ve been meeting up, but now that’s on hold.
Ruth and Eric recently started dating after many years of friendship. They were road-tripping through Mexico and North America when Ruth had to go back to the UK.
They were together in DC for 6 months, then continued their relationship long-distance. Now, they’re unsure when they’ll see each other again.
Betty and her boyfriend were in a long-distance relationship for 6 years (meeting to travel often), up until last year when they moved in together in Spain.
They met in Ireland, formed a long-distance relationship, then re-met to travel together, only to separate once again.