Long distance relationships successes and failures

India
July 17, 2009 11:36am CST
i think that It depends on you and that man.If it is a true relationship, long distance is nothing
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• Philippines
17 Jul 09
So far, my boyfriend and I are getting stronger. Even if we are far from each other, we still manage to talk and text each other on a daily basis. We usually see each other in a matter of 3-5 months. When we are together we spend most of the time enjoying and chatting. We plan to get married soon and after that we won't be distant from each other.
• India
17 Jul 09
I think it can work if you lived close before, fall in love and then have to love far.. (if you understand each other and have a good relationship) otherwise the chances r very less.
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@hsofyan (3448)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
17 Jul 09
Yes I agree with you. Distance can not defeat love.
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@payout (3722)
• United States
17 Jul 09
Well life is what you make it. you can try your best to make the relationship work as much as you want.. I'm not saying it's impossible for long distant relationships can't work. they can if you really want to. But if your doing a long distant relationship it can be very hard because you not sure what the person really really looks like and even then trust has to be very strong. if you met this person and dated them in person but they had to move well then thats different but trust is still part of it. It's hard and there are ups and downs when it comes to long distant relationships. well yeah take care and have a nice day. =]
• India
25 Jul 09
If so, then know that it will require creativity and commitment to sustain and deepen such a relationship. With imagination and determination, you can render geographical barriers all but irrelevant and enjoy one another as much as a genuinely happy couple who spends everyday together. Try not to be silly or serious all the time.Experience the full spectrum of human emotions over the course of your relationship. If both of you use mobile phones, subscribe to the same service and get free mobile-to-mobile minutes.Deepen intimacy not merely by divulging secrets, but by making your long distance lover as much a part of your everyday life as you possibly can.
@delrene (158)
• Philippines
18 Jul 09
in my case i agree that long distnace is nothing. though sometimes i'm doubting his faithfulness to me. but thinking about it again i'll just laugh at myself and say "silly me, if he's unfaithful why still call me in the middle of the night just to kiss me good night" or something like that. trust is the key to maintain your strong relationship with the one you love even if you're very far away from each other.
• Brisbane, Australia
18 Jul 09
Relationship itself consist of two people who have feelings for each others. On long term relationship which is from internet can be prove right and long lasting only if feelings are pure and genuine and not at all fake from both the sides. Its is not solely responsible to make or break relationship.
• India
18 Jul 09
I agree with u.It depends on them..NObody can give it is failure.we can see some good relations and some are broken in daily life...
• United States
18 Jul 09
I think in the then most long distances are going to become a failure unless by some certain miracle you find a person you are compatible with either way. I know for me I met this guy that lived 4 hours away from me and we met in a school program where we spent about a week together about every month and we started dating and things were wonderful and then during summer months when we weren't traveling with our schools we would see each other every weekend and what not so even though most of the time it was a long distance relationship we were still able to interact with each other in person quite a lot. Seeing how this worked out I thought it was going to be different than most long distance relationships where once you see the person in person then all those little habits of yours get on your nerves and it ruins the relationship wouldn't happen. Well I was wrong. We ended up getting engaged before I left for college and then once he transferred to my school we moved in together because he couldn't pay for his own apartment and our school refused him housing since we had too many incoming freshman. Well 2 months into that situation we were arguing every week over something and then within another 3 months we broke off the engagement and broke up completely and now both of us are with other people. So I think that no matter how much you see someone, unless you're able to spend day after day with a person for awhile you're never going to know if a relationship is going to work which is why I say no to long distance relationships.
• India
17 Jul 09
some time long distance relationships is successes.But i agree with you.
• India
17 Jul 09
while maintaining a long distance relationship is definitely possible, it takes that much effort from both the people involved. as they say, out of sight is out of mind. i would believe that it is necessary to keep meeting once in a while. both of you need to have that much better understanding to ensure no misunderstanding happen.