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Mesteh
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I was just wondering if anyone else has as much problems with LDR as I do.

I feel as though I need a physical relationship, not in a sexual sense but more just of a loving kind. I cant stand the idea of not being able to hug my little, that is if i had one! I mean just being able to talk is one thing, but actually being able to look into someones eyes who you call yours is another! 

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LDRs suck.

 

I strongly dislike not being able to hug my Daddy, kiss him, play with him, go on fun dates with him, being able to snuggle up with him, see his face, touch his skin....

 

The struggle is real.

 

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LDRs suck.

 

I strongly dislike not being able to hug my Daddy, kiss him, play with him, go on fun dates with him, being able to snuggle up with him, see his face, touch his skin....

 

The struggle is real.

 

<3

But oh, when the distance finally shortens to an arm's length, there is no greater bliss.

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But oh, when the distance finally shortens to an arm's length, there is no greater bliss.

Oh, I'm sure it will be worth the wait. When we do get to visit, it's the best thing in the world. :)

 

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Everyone will tend to agree that LDR creates a lot more struggle than an average relationship. It does make communication much more important. Probably most important. I think that's a good skill to have if you and your daddy/little end up deciding to be together in person. You won't have to worry as much about speaking or how to understand each-other.
LDR does also make aftercare difficult, if it's ever needed. I have a feeling it brings my Daddy some extra stress knowing that he's unable to physically comfort me when I need it.

Most of the time the cons out weigh the pros with the distance problems. It might be even more difficult for people who take part in the dd/lg dynamic.  The only thing I know tends to help make it worth it... Is the facts.
If you and your partner begin with a distance, and can make that work, it only gets easier. You know that they actually want you because they're alright with all the extra effort that's needed. If you stay on the bright side of it, you can your partner can think of all the good it can bring.

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I am in a LDR right now with my daddy and sure, it gets difficult at times but, it's worth it because we just plan on seeing each other one day. It's only a bad thing when you can't communicate with your s/o or daddy or whoever it is. If you can't talk to them daily then you probs don't need to be in a LDR. We make it work by talking every day, sending each other pictures, voice chatting on Skype or video chatting on Skype, or even sending each other stuff through the mail. 

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