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Joe Stone Is On It

LEARNING TO COPE WITH A LONG-DISTANCE RELATIONSHIP

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IF GHOSTING REFERS to the method of dumping someone by ignoring all their texts and calls, what’s the word for when the person you are in a relationship with moves countries? I ask because – faced with years of my myriad neurosis, unparalleled ability to relate every subject back to the Spice Girls and flat-out refusal to ever leave the house for more than three hours at a time – my boyfriend has finally done the sensible thing, and emigrated. I know. Awkward.

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