Dating a law student long distance
I love every weekend I spend at home, I love our house, our mutual friends, our dogs, and all the time we spend together hiking, skiing, watching football, working on the house or pretty much anything else. Be patient with each other, communicate, and commit to the work it will take to keep your relationship strong.
Part 2: My Tips It is not necessarily true that the rigors and stresses of law school will cause you to break up. Communicate with each other about what is and isn’t working. If you do this, it will be time and effort well spent.
While it was a hard decision to move out (and to go all the way to Boston instead of the much closer Vermont Law School or UNH Law,) Rob has been incredibly supportive.
Whatever the situation, maintaining a long-distance relationship while in school can be quite a challenge. Text messaging, IM-ing, sending cell phone pictures, talking on the phone, sending emails, and using your videocam are only some of the ways you can help stay (and feel! Make times with each other to meet up online, and view it like a date.He just booked his flights/rental-we’ll be meeting for the first time in February!He will be here for Valentine’s Day❤️By then we’ll have known each other for a year and 2 months, and been dating 9 of those months. We have waited for so long, he’ll be in my arms soon!This semester, Rob and I have seen each other almost every weekend.The general pattern has been that we switch off taking the Dartmouth Coach between South Station in Boston and Lebanon, New Hampshire where Rob lives and works.