For pretty much all of my adult life, most (if not all) of my closest friends and I lived far apart from each other. Some of us were going to school, others were starting jobs, and some were getting engaged and planning weddings.
We had to adapt our friendships to be long-distance (which I say is totally a skill) and found that there were tons of pain points.
We lived in different time zones, worked at different hours, and had different things on our plates. We missed happy hours and nights out and getting to cheer each other on or cheer each other up.And while all of that was hard, by far the worst was the inability to just immediately be there if someone was going through a hard time.Read more on theeverygirl.com