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I'm a bit apprehensive about reuniting with my long distance boyfriend

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Question - (28 October 2016) 2 Answers - (Newest, 29 October 2016)
A female United Kingdom age 22-25, *hedimestorepoet writes:

I'm in a long distance relationship at the moment. We hadn't been together a great amount of time before going long distance (4/5 months) anyway we've been apart for 2 months now and have less than a month til we see each other again.

We havent been able to keep in as much contact as we wouldve liked due to time difference and both of us being is very remote areas (we have a skype every 2 weeks and a few exchanges a day before signal or time being an issue).

I realise I'm on the home stretch now but understandably a little nervous about when I next see him. I'm a little nervous that it going to feel very strange to be together again and that maybe it won't be the fantastic reunion most people picture when they think about these things.

The whole time I've been very positive but everyone has a low day and gets some bumps. Is it normally to be thinking this? Im very sure things wont be exactly how they were but surely there wont be so much 'repair work' needed?

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A female reader, mystiquek United States + , writes (29 October 2016):

mystiquek agony auntI've been in several LD relationships, and I know exactly what you are going through, its very natural! The thing is though, if the two of you have a strong bond it will be fine when you see each other again. My guy and I had to be apart once for over 6 months but yet within 5 minutes of being together, it was like the time apart had never happened.

Try not to stress too much ok? Just be yourself and let everything fall into place. And ENJOY your time together!!!

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A female reader, aunt honesty Ireland + , writes (29 October 2016):

aunt honesty agony auntYeah it is normal you are worried the spark will e gone and it will feel awkward and forced. All completely normal. But honey it is like a friendship, you can be apart for a while and get worried but when you see each other it will be like you where never apart, so just consentrate on how exciting it will be.

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