A month before my boyfriend moved to the other side of the country, he rationally pointed out that this could happen to us at any point in our lives: one person has to move for a job, and the other person either has to stay put or go with him.
For us, it was happening shortly after graduation from college, but for others a long distance separation could come years into a relationship or even a marriage.
Of course there are ways technology has made long distance relationships much more manageable.
I can call my boyfriend every day without having to worry about massive phone bills.
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We watch movies and TV shows together, messaging each other “I told you so” when a plot twist is revealed or our favorite emoticons when the guy ends up with the right girl.
Being so close digitally only widens the gap between my boyfriend and me. Young couples are operating in a competitive, geographically diffuse job market that makes it hard to give up a good opportunity.
If I want know what the road trip he went on yesterday was like, I can stalk his Instagram.
Soon, when he finally gets Spotify, he’ll be able to share playlists with me, and I’ll be able to spam him with Beyoncé songs.
A joke becomes a fight because the tone of a text is misinterpreted.
Long silences after arguments can’t be broken by reaching across the table and holding the person’s hand.
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