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The last guy I talked to he lived in SoCal. I mean we talked for a long time, but we were never official because I knew it wouldn't work out. But that's just me. I feel that the relationship should have a strong base of trust and commitment. The guy I'm talking to now is in Vallejo and I live in Sf I see him like once a month because of school and transportation, and it's okay... there are times were i just need him to be around specially after big arguments



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LOL. Long distance relationships are tough as hell. Loook. I live in California in the United States, and my boyfriend lives in Cainta, Rizal- in the Philippines. He's a family friend, and I met him 12 years ago, the first time that I went to the Philippines. But, we were both kids at the time. I went on vacation there last December, and we hit it off. We're in a relationship, and I'm back in the states. I'll be moving in with him on April 21st, 2010(= I can't wait. But, anyway, what I'm trying to get at is that it's hard.

I'm constantly worrying about it. We have different time zones. When I wake up is when he goes to sleep. Being so far makes me insecure. We fight a lot, which is only natural. We become frustrated, and take it out on one another. Since we cannot be together at that moment to ease each other, we blame shit on each other. But really, regardless of the distance, if they're strong enough, they'll overcome. Only they can know whether or not it's time to move on with their lives, apart. At the same time, one must remember that love isn't enough. Sometimes, things just don't work out. &Not because it's anyone's fault, but just that it was too problematic to deal with. If they have enough love to overcome the distance, they'll do just fine. They'll fight, yes. It's only natural. Probably fight more than most couples, but if they hold on, it's because they know that it's worth it. Distance shouldn't be an excuse to let love fade away. If loves there, it should stay- if it's real love at least.


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i guess theres nothing wrong with long distance relationships.
but i think its hella risky. cuz you both gotta avoid the temptations.
I cant handle Long distance relationships, lmao


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been there, done that ... TWICE.

the first time -- i don't want to talk about it anymore
the second time -- he's a great guy and we're still very good friends

all in all ... i don't think i will do it again



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Long distance relationships can be comforting as hell, sometimes...as long as you're with the right person, you know?
You don't have to get as dressed and dolled up, you don't have to feel as though you constantly have to impress him when you go out. Like, being in one can teach you stability and patience, two things you really need in a relationship.

All in all, sometimes I miss it. But the guy I'm with now is great and lucky for me is in walking distance of my house. :roll: Lol.



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If u realize that u two are gonna be in a distant relationship don't put a title on what u two have. Some times its better too jus be friends because when ur friends u two save eachother the hurt wheither it be the lying or the cheating jus avoid all arguments && be friends.

NOW

Im not saying all long distance relationships don't work because some do && some don't. But like the old saying goes ::
spending time apart strengthens your bond

&& that saying is very true.
That bond that u two create when seprated makes it unbreakable && stronger than wen u two where in the same city together!

Long distance relationships aren't for everybody && some ppl won't find out unless they try.



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are difficult. Trust is scarce. And fighting is usually the case.


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Long Distance will worth out if your faithful and have trust in each other



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Well if they REALLY want it they should keep at it,,,dont give up and go the easy way out


  
 
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from experience, long distance has very little chances of working out.
but if two people are committed, thats all that matters :D


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long distance is hard in everyway
sexually and emotionally.
but if she really likes him
and think that she could wait for him
and trust him, then it will work. :D



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Personally, long distance relationships dont work for me. But ive been told the more distant you are away from each other the stronger your trust gets which is the stronger your love gets.



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Long distance relationships are really hard to maintain. It has to be between two people who truly love each other and trust each other a 100% and can deal with not have the physical part of the relationships for long periods. I personally cannot handle a long distance relationship because I have trust issues :/ I respect those who can!


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i think long distance causes one of them to be distressed due to the distance. there has to be one person who's always dependent on the other. :/


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Long distance relationships can be hard sometimes when you need someone to comfort you physically, like a hug or something or a shoulder to cry on, and you can't really count on your bf/gf to do that for you. You might just end up finding someone else who can physically be there for you.


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