Long Distance Relationship Songs-YouTube Original. Lonely? Listen now.
Long Distance Relationship Songs is googled 12,000 times per month. Does distance really make the heart grow fonder? Long distance relationships are hard. But someone can be miles away even when they're in the same room with you.
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Oct. 31, 2012 - PRLog -- "Long Distance Relationship Songs" is googled 12,000 times per month. It's no surprise that people are looking for ways to feel closer to someone who is so far away. Sometimes the distance is because of a job that has taken a loved one away. Sometimes the distance is because our spouse is serving in the military. Sometimes the distance is because our other half has decided they need time away. But sometimes the distance in our relationship is something unspoken, something not so obvious to outside observers. Everyone thinks everything is all good and well with our love life. They never see us physically separated from our spouse. But the truth is, even when we're sitting in the same room, our hearts feel miles away from the other person. We wonder how long we can continue like this, feeling like the other person will never understand how much we want to really connect with them, not just co-exist with them.
Relationships are hard. But cold and distant relationships are harder. Sometimes we stay and sometimes we go. The road to finding the true love you once had, is not always an easy road to take. Sometimes it's easier just to sit there and blame the other person for what you will never have--an intimate relationship with them.
But what can you do to get out of that "long distance relationship?" What can you do to let them know you're hurting on the inside and make yourself vulnerable to the healing and new energy that needs to be born. How will you risk your dignity to fall in love again and reignite the flame that barely burns?
This long distance relationship song is about someone who stayed in a relationship distanced from their spouse for ten years. It talks about the loss you feel when you decide to stay. But leaving is not the answer either. Whether you choose to embrace the distance, or close the gap--either road will take work and probably many nights of tears--until your partner starts to feel close again.