Distance and time makes the heart grow fonder.
First, if you or someone you know is in a long-distance relationship, please accept the round of applause I am giving you all right now. I couldn’t imagine being apart from my significant other for more than a week, let alone weeks or months on end!
The real question is, how do you do it? How can you get through those days and nights without embracing your loved one, or setting up a coffee date with your partner when your workweek has just been too hectic?
The long-distance relationship quotes below prove that life isn’t easy when you’re far apart, but a lot of the time it is worth it.
Being miles apart from the person you love can feel like you two will never see each other. Even with your closest friends and family around, they won’t be able to give you the love your significant other would give you.
After all, the greatest love songs and poems may have come to fruition because of long-distance love.
Why is it that the strongest bonds are often miles apart from one another? There may be certain times in our lives where a long-distance romance isn’t something we’d consider. However, when you meet the person you truly love, distance is nothing but a mere pebble in your walk of life together.
Both of you know that this separation may be temporary, and you are two very emotionally strong people to get through it together.
One thing I will say is to stay strong. Do not give up on this relationship just because you may not be physically together.
What are some things you turn to for reassurance during these times? Here’s one thing to do: read the list below of our picks of the best long-distance relationship quotes that we have compiled just for you!
Use these uplifting quotes for the days where you’re feeling extra lonely, in need of a nostalgic feeling, or even just a relatable couple words.
1. We are still together.
“I don’t cry because we’ve been separated by distance, and for a matter of years. Why? Because for as long as we share the same sky and breathe the same air, we’re still together.”— Donna Lynn Hope
2. The distance can do strange things.
“I know we loved each other, but distance can do strange things to people …