Couples forced into long-distance relationships by coronavirus pandemic describe how they stay involved in each other’s daily lives and keep the fires burning

Celine Suiter, a Singapore-based photographer and long-term expat, has not seen her husband since September 23, 2020, when he left to take up a new position in France.Closed borders and the risk of being stranded have made a reunion impossible. The couple are now counting the days until they will be together again: 285. After her son’s high school graduation in May 2022, Suiter, 51, will say goodbye to Asia and join her husband in her native France.“An IB [International Baccalaureate] programme…


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