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Physical Absence Syndrome: The Long Distance Relationship killer
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Physical Absence Syndrome: The Long Distance Relationship killer
June 15, 2021
1 min

Physical Absence Adaption: The solution that may change your LDR forever...

You know, being away from your significant other can be awful. And I bet you do plenty to make the best of it, but you'd be happy if it went a little easier, right? Well then... you may have a problem.

We dream to be with our significant others during our LDRs, or at least to feel their warmth, their caress.

And many friends and relatives simply don't understand why we do it, right?

You think about the last time you were together or the next time, but it's not always enough.

So, look, if any of the following describes what you're going through...

  • Feeling lonely or insecure from time to time because he or she isn't beside you...
  • Experiencing difficulty or impatience when your partner leaves or when waiting for your SO to come back...
  • Struggling from inadequate support occasionally, even if your SO is extremely supportive...

… you're not alone and guess what? You're most likely suffering from what experts now call “Physical Absence Syndrome.”

What is Physical Absence Syndrome?

Physical Absence Syndrome is that dreaded feeling of being physically separated from your significant other for extended periods.

Physical Absence Adaption is the solution.

Physical Absence Adaption includes things you do to make up for being physically separated. You can reduce, or even eliminate Physical Absence Syndrome for a while, even for extended periods.

Adaption includes things like 

Excellent communication. It provides reassurance and is key to a healthy and successful LDR:

And of course, “date times” when you do activities together when you're apart. Movie, stroll outside, dinner, you get the picture.

Sending each other virtual gifts, or even better are physical gifts. Flowers are OK, but something more personal is better. Even if it's something silly, like the t-shirt you wore when your SO knocked over a glass of wine onto it.

Touching helps a lot too. Maybe it's his or her picture, or touching your phone or computer screen together during a video call.

In fact, the more personally physical the touch, the more effectively Physical Absence Adaption works.

And this is exactly what SenzyBee is working on right now.

You see, soon we will make feeling your partner’s physical touch – when you're apart – a reality.

This will surely make your long-distance relationship easier, better, and more fun.

In future blog posts will go into more detail to understand how Physical Absence Adoption affects your LDR.

And more importantly how Physical Absence Syndrome can improve your LDR, and even make it enjoyable.

For more information on how you can be the first to enjoy your partner's physical touch when you're separated by hundreds or thousands of miles or even just a few miles, simply sign up for our newsletter here.



SenzyBee Psychologist

I live in a long distance relationship with my husband and our two children. I'm developing new techniques such as “distance touch adaption” to make your (and my) LDR more enjoyable and successful


Eleven years providing life therapy-counselling
Plus supporting HR relations for businesses
Hobbies: archery and heavy metal/rock concerts

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