Do long distance relationships work?

India
October 7, 2008 11:58pm CST
Have you ever had a long distance relationship? A net friend who was/is more than a "friend" to you?
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5 responses
@juliehvr (40)
• United States
8 Oct 08
I had a long distance relationship. A net friend who is now my husband of 5 years. It was sometimes stressful due to the long distance and became expensive as well. But if you fall in love with someone the distance doesn't matter. It can also work to your advantage if you are confused about the relationship, the distance and time between visits gives you time to think about it.
• India
11 Oct 08
yes you're right ..and it also gives u all the space that u need isnt it?..i think long distance relationships are a true test of loyalty ..thats why they dont work most of the times ..
• India
8 Oct 08
it depends on your interest in it... but friends whom you know and who are near are open to you and close to you than those you meet in net
• South Africa
8 Oct 08
It could, but It would be better to think of it as an open relationship until you two meet, after all people have needs!
@patzel88 (3311)
• Philippines
8 Oct 08
yes i have and it is hard to think that you will get a 100% garantee that he/she will not do any thing that can create a problem to a relation.
@emarie (5451)
• United States
8 Oct 08
i've tried a net relationship once, didn't last because we never decided to meet or even talk to each other in person. but i did have a long distance relationship with my boyfriend for a few months. it was hard but we made it last. the phone bills were terrible though. but eventually he moved up to me and we were together again. if love is there, then i think it should be able to last. but now, i hate being separated from my husband for more then a day. i just get really sad wanting him home near me.