Long Distance Relationships

Long Distance Relationships - 2. Tension/stress 3. Other...

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Long Distance Relationships I. Definition A. Distance B. Access
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II. Advantages to LDRs A. Personality Characteristics 1. “sailor on every boat” 2. high achiever
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B. Positive consequences of LDRs 1. More control 2. More personal time 3. More friendships 4. Other relationships 5. More partner idealization 6. Survival skills
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C. Negative consequences of LDRs 1. Loneliness
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Tension/stress 3. Other relationships 4. Break-ups D. Predictors of Success in LDRs 1. Money 2. Support system a. Family b. Friends 3. Rules a. Reciprocity b. Fidelity 4. Prior Experience a. With person b. With relationships c. With LDRs 5. Shared Trajectory 6. Frequency of Visits 7. Sharing 8. Talk a. small talk b. technology 9. Choice Perceptions...
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