Long-distance relationships are so painful that 100% of long-distance relationships break up because one thinks you can guess, the other thinks I don’t have to guess. Therefore, based on the main reasons for the breakup above, we will further refine the reasons for the breakup of a long-distance relationship: 1: Loneliness caused by emotions nowhere: Psychology believes that loneliness and longing are the two major factors affecting people’s emotional and physical and mental health. Killer. In real life, two people sit together and accompany each other even if they don’t talk, but you who are in a long-distance relationship are one person almost all the time. 2: Loss of security caused by poor communication: The daily contact between two people is just separated by a cold screen, lifeless, intangible, and inaccessible. This will inevitably cause communication barriers. Sometimes things that can be solved with a hug have become the most difficult way to achieve. 3: There is no intersection in real life, resulting in a lack of common topics: Because two people live in different circles, friends are different, and there are very few mutual friends. Therefore, the common law of life gradually disappears, and differences in real life lead to language behavior patterns Therefore, there are fewer and fewer things that two people can talk about. 4: The sense of trust caused by the loss of gains and losses: due to poor communication between two people, coupled with the lack of a common circle between two people, it is possible that the other party missed a call, and you will be thinking about it for a long time, full of inner drama, and a lot of broken-hearted people. , One’s own sense of security is insufficient, therefore, the degree of fear and trust in this relationship will gradually decline, and many times it is uncertain whether the other party is concealing and deceiving oneself, resulting in a large number of misunderstandings that are difficult to reconcile. During the nearly 10 years of my career as an emotional counselor, 80% of long-distance lovers believe that as long as they truly love each other, geographical restrictions will eventually be overcome. Pure nonsense. Even couples who have lived together for a long time need to manage relationships, not to mention long-distance relationships!