Distance love is the feeling of affection between two people even if they are geographically separated.
Love is a feeling that is based on the affection, respect, loyalty, commitment, honesty, understanding and appreciation that two people profess in a reciprocal manner.
For love to arise there are no formulas: love is a free feeling that does not address physical or mental barriers, that does not stop at differences (age, skin color, religion, social class, sex), and that neither can Be conditioned by geographical distances.
Thus, distance love occurs when there is the circumstance that people involved in a relationship do not live in the same city, country or continent for different reasons, and can not be seen frequently in person, but a few times a month or year.
Nowadays, however, with the new information and communication technologies, distance love has possibilities that were unthinkable years ago: internet, social networks, instant messaging platforms, videoconferences. All these tools allow couples to stay in permanent contact, no matter where they are.
Distance does not have to be, however, a permanent circumstance; it may be something temporary: one of the two is in need of living in another place for work or study reasons, and must live for a definite time in another place.
Likewise, it may happen that the couple has initially met through the internet, and that the circumstances of living in different places can be solved with time and with the evolution of the relationship, reaching the moment when they both decide to live together, in a same place.
Distance love can sometimes produce anxiety, fear of abandonment or infidelity in people. To overcome all these obstacles and keep the relationship alive, it is important that people communicate frequently, at set times, and make plans together to see each other from time to time. In addition, it is said that when love is true, distances do not matter.