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introduce them when you enter into a conversation (so they're not standing there awkwardly the whole time).
Worrying about how to introduce the men or women we'd been dating for a few weeks was far from a concern (worrying about my colleagues drunkenly trying to set me up with Michael B.
Jordan was, but that's another story for another time).
You can call it cliche, call it puppy love, or even call it insane... Many people argue that long distance relationships aren't real relationships.
I'm one of those people who met their partner on an app, and my partner just so happens to live 584 miles away from me.In a world with Tinder, Meet Me, Match.com, and other social media sites, it's not uncommon for people to be in long distance relationships.