Long Distance Relationships – Therapist in the Wild [VIDEO]

By Dr. Keith Witt
April 17, 2013
In this episode of Therapist in the Wild, Dr. Keith Witt talks about the disadvantages of long distance relationships. If you live 45 minutes away from your lover, you qualify. The danger of long distance relationships lies in a lack of consistent contact, both physical and emotional. Long hours of consistent contact help with discernment, but if you’re always on your best behavior because you only see your lover one or two weekends a month, relationships can stop growing, stagnate and become frustrating. Despite these major drawbacks, there is hope, but you’ll have to watch this episode to get the priceless advice Dr. Keith has to offer.

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