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It might be time to let go of our general assumption that long-distance relationships are pure torture. The news this year has been that LDRs not only work–they work just as well if not better than the regular old shared-zip-code kind of relationship. The latest study, which looked at 717 people in long-distance relationships and 425 in “geographically close relationships,” found that the folks in LDRs were no less satisfied than those who lived closer to their significant other.

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Long-Distance Relationships Are the New No-Distance Relationships  was originally published on wzakcleveland.com

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