(Closed) No Contact for a Month

posted 5 years ago in Long Distance Relationships
Post # 2
261 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2015

Take some time for you. Don’t just run yourself ragged. Get your nails done, get a massage. Have a mimosa for no reason.

Post # 3
6527 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

Mattyfeets:  Do you work? If not, can you maybe get involved in some volunteer groups? pick up a hobby? Do you have a checklist for yourself of the things you need to get done for the wedding? <br /><br />I give you military wives a lot of credit. I couldn’t do what you do. 

Post # 4
33 posts
  • Wedding: November 2014

I just went through this. Letters helped so much. Even though I couldn’t actually talk to him, just writing down everything that had happened that day made it much easier. I wrote a letter every day even before I had his address. When I finally got it, I sent them all at once. I also included at least one picture in each letter, either a new one or an old one of us. He really appreciated that. As for me, I just kept myself busy. Luckily I have a really supportive family in the area and they made sure I was getting out of the house at least once a week not including work. Don’t drive yourself crazy. The time really will fly by.

I still have 10 weeks in our LDR too. So I will be right there with you. Just use the letters as an outlet and cherish any letter you receive from him. 

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