Will my long distance relationship work out?

Hi, Amy,

This feels like a new relationship, and both of you are pretty guarded due to past hurts. The long distance aspect is a factor, but I don't think it's the most important factor here. What is coming up for me is the need for the two of you to really talk about what it is you want and expect at this point. This probably feels scary to you . . . it feels like one misunderstood word would send you two fleeing in opposite directions! But you don't have to figure it all out at once — you can take it in small, manageable chunks. Agreeing on when and how often to talk, text, Skype, etc., if you haven't done so already, would be a good place to start. Once the two of you let down your guard enough to begin that basic conversation about what you would like to see happen, you'll be in a much better place to determine how the relationship might or might not work. Trust your own intuition to guide you from there.

All blessings,


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