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Post Reply What do you think of Long Distance Relationships?
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20 / F / My house
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Posted 1/18/08
Improbable that it would work
but has to be pretty strong :O
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74 / F / Under a bridge, h...
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My cousins story

She went away for 1 year (FAR AWAY) her boyfriend who she has been with for -->4<--- YEARS one day asked her to let him go (breakup) and then when she went home she saw him with another girl. So i asked her one time "why dont you just move on" she said no she will always wait for him . So now they just remain close friends
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I figure as long as it isn't for an extended period of time (2+ years) they can remain intact and strong.
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Guess ur chances are less than a normal one, but who is to say what is normal now days ^^
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20 / M / Icecream land >:P
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Posted 1/18/08
i think long distance relationship is really romantic but sad...
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22 / M / ocoee,FL, America
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Posted 1/18/08
it wouldnt last long cause you wouldnt be close to them...
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24 / F / my bedroom
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Posted 1/18/08
Probably not..
while other couples are out having dinner what will you be having? a msn date with your bf/gf?
When ppl are in relationships change is inevitable along with growth. but sometimes instead of going forward they grow apart...
besides not being able to feel my bf with me would drive me crazie. but hey wat do i know, im still single lol
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Posted 1/18/08
I honestly don't know.. my guy is in Iraq right now. I wish and pray that our relationship will get stronger by the time he gets back home.
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22 / M / in your face :P
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Posted 1/18/08
i dont mind... its success or failure depends on how close the couple r ^^
dont underestimate love and soul
in my case i have a couple of penpals
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Long distance relationship = to long distance break ups
Unless there's compromise and a whole lot of patience
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20 / F / Ca-na-da
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Posted 1/18/08
they dont work out cause one of them might meet someone new
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22 / F / north star
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Posted 1/18/08
long distance relationship....it won't work.....!it will make u cry...trust me!!!
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Posted 1/18/08

Minimiflowa wrote:

they dont work out cause one of them might meet someone new



Yanomi wrote:

long distance relationship....it won't work.....!it will make u cry...trust me!!!


exactly what i'm afraid of!! >.< wah.. i used to think this things don't work out.. until.. i get to be a part of one.. we're, as most of our friends say, going strong but as minimi says what if he'll be attracted to some girl on the corner and like what yanomi i know it'll hurt!! first because he ditched you and you can't do anything about it second. you can't take revenge!!

but all in all.. i will stay neutral about this matter.. it is a sensitive matter and i will not try to meddle with other's opinions
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27 / F / Honolulu, HI
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Posted 1/18/08
i dont think long distance relationships work.. cant keep the love based on phone calls and letters.. they start to miss the touch and physical love from the partner..and eventually they will decide that they need to find someone who they can be with in person.. its more fulfilling. Thats just my opinion. Oh yea and trust is a BIG issue..because of the fact they cant really know what the other half does.
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26 / M / New York
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Posted 1/19/08
I met my current girlfriend online around six years ago. We had one of those much-criticized online relationships for a couple years, never meeting each other... but when I got to college, she was able to visit once or twice a month. We made do with that until she could move (she graduated first because she's older). Now we spend as much time together as possible and fully intend to get married at some point, though it's not like marriage would change anything but financial arrangements. Neither of us has a problem with cohabitation.

So my response? I did it and I'm happy. It may have been easier for me because I was accustomed to not having a girlfriend (or friends at all, really), but that doesn't change the fact that it's possible.

EDIT: No one should speak in such absolutes as "It will never work! Don't do it!" Of course it can work. Only the people involved in the given relationship can judge whether they are capable.
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