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So when Date British approached me about writing this post, I said, absolutely.It’s hard to resist a British man; they seem so utterly charming no matter what, even if they’re cursing.Couples can break up when they are a continent away, and they can break up when they are sitting across from one another on the couch.Yet I've been getting the sense that the overall percentages of these types of break-ups are getting closer.You may think you may not even have an accent, but you totally do, and they find it delightful. That isn’t to say that all English women are closed-off; it’s just that American women have a certain breezy, carefree “my life is an open book” way of living. British men love that we’re more than willing to “go there” and call out what needs calling out.One Brit noted that we have, “the readiness to engage in conversation”, and we’re not shy about it.And how are most, if not all, of these successful long-distance couples making it work?With a whole lot of techno-romance to tide them over until they can see each other again.
Perhaps most impressively, I've met couples that started off long-distance, meeting when they already lived apart and then cultivating strong, committed relationships from miles away.Maybe they're not the post-dating role models that we would've, having almost gotten divorced in 2010. Here is the conversation that took place during Billy's recent interview on they be having Skype sex?! the rampant use of technologies to cultivate and explore romantic, sexual and flirtatious interactions, and even relationships. As a society, we're not only getting more comfortable deepening our connections via techno-romance, but it's becoming somewhat of a necessity.But with a renewed commitment to their wedding vows and a willingness to try out some less traditional methods of keeping the love alive -- methods that embrace the tools of techno-romance that are so second nature to our generation -- they've stepped out as a couple that, for the moment, we can look to for some romantic inspiration and validation. I have been touring the country interviewing young men and women for my upcoming book on modern romance, and the number of couples I meet who have spent time living apart and "doing long-distance" is astounding.Sure, I also meet individuals who were previously in long-distance relationships that ended.But many close-proximity relationships fail as well.