September 29, 2008 8:24pm CST
Sometimes there are things that we can't control, like being away with someone we love, because of work or sometimes it because of our family. Distance is a main reason of infidelity, temptation is there and trust is really unquestionable. Its very rare that it will stay long because of so many factors that might affect the relationship. How will you work out things like this?
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30 Sep 08
I would say that distance is not the main reason for infidelity, but ignoring a partner is. If you do not acknowledge your partner on an on going basis then they are not going to stick around. or if you ignore a partner for a very long time,and only acknowledge them when it works for you then you are asking for infidelity. Partners that are separated by distance are usually in touch a lot more than live together partners. Think about it and most people who cheat will tell you it is because their partner was not there for them, they may be living together but they weren't there in the way that their partner needed.
30 Sep 08
I believe that distance is not a problem. What matters most is that even from afar, you two grow individually, and share this growth with one another through conversations. If intimacy is a problem, you can get kinky with your boyfriend through webcam and Skype. People who are in a long-distance relationship have to remind each other that they're committed more often than those in a "normal" relationship, that's why it's more tedious. But if the two are willing to wait, then it won't be really a problem. Hope that helps.