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Long-distance relationship has now become a social trend among the community because of the increase in educational attainment of men and women. Trust is a prerequisite of success in a long-distance relationship, and it is important to minimize conflict. This study aims to determine the correlation between trust and interpersonal conflict among early adulthood initial long-distance relationship.Subjects in this study were 100 student of Udayana University. Measuring instruments used are thedoi:10.24843/jpu.2016.v03.i01.p02 fatcat:wss373uthfgzvnedjgdwyfjhqa