Long distance relationships are hard. Maintaining a healthy relationship in the same city, or under the same roof, is hard enough, now add hundreds or thousands of miles in-between and everything becomes a bit more complicated.
When it comes to long-distance relationship advice, celebrities know the LDR beat better than anyone else. He’s working on a movie in Atlanta, she’s holding down the fort in Hollywood — A-list relationships can very quickly turn into long-distance ones.
From the “two-week rule” to constant texting, the following 11 celebrity couples reveal how to have a successful long-distance relationship.
Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams don’t go too long without seeing each other.
Sarah Hyland and “The Bachelorette” alum Wells Adams have been dating since November 2017 and make it work despite the fact that she lives in Los Angeles and he’s in Nashville.
“I think the longest we’ve gone without seeing each other is like two to three weeks, because five days is already too much for us,” Hyland told Us Weekly about her long-distance relationship. “So we always try to make sure to see each other.”
Hyland explained that her “Modern Family” schedule has kept her so busy that Adams does most of the traveling. “He’s a friggin’ trooper and always flying out here every weekend. [Or] every other weekend at least to see me if my schedule has been too busy to see him.”
Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson watch TV over FaceTime.
Before the birth of her daughter, Khloé Kardashian and her partner Tristan Thompson did the long-distance thing, albeit with Thompson facing allegations of cheating. Khloe splits her time between Los Angeles and Cleveland (Thompson plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers) and explained on her blog how they make it work when they aren’t in the same city.
“Nobody says dating long distance is easy — I am so happy Tristan and I live together now! The extra miles can sometimes make many aspects frustrating,” she explained. “Things can get complicated — you might get sad and lonely at times.”
Kardashian gave her blog followers the following tips for surviving a long distance relationship.
“Drop little hints about something you want to try in the bedroom next time you see them. It will give you both something to look forward to until you’re together again!” she said. “There might be hundreds or even thousands of miles between you two, but you can still share moments. Watch your favorite TV show over FaceTime or do something productive, like go for a run or organize your closets together.”
Vanessa Hudgens and Austin Butler don’t hold in their emotions.
When boyfriend Austin Butler was filming the second season of MTV’s “The Shannara Chronicles” in New Zealand, Vanessa Hudgens struggled with the distance but gave others this smart advice for dealing with a partner in a separate time zone.
“I think that if anything’s bothering you, don’t hold it in,” Hudgens told People. “Always bring it up and just …read more
Source:: Business Insider