Many couples in a committed relationship choose to live separately. For some, this is a conscious choice. For others, circumstance means that living together just isn't possible.
Both can come with problems. It may be that you or your partner have homes in different cities or even different countries. One of you may have had to move for work or to study.
You could be in the process of bringing your lives together under one roof. Or you could simply prefer having your own homes and living separately.
Whatever your circumstances, this situation can be a cause of friction for some couples. Especially if one person feels left behind or left out.
If you're experiencing difficulties as a couple living apart, speaking to a professional through online sessions may help to manage the feelings that may affect your situation so that, either for the immediate or long term, your relationship feels more fulfilling for you both.