How much toughly long-distance love has the outcome?

@lcainiao (201)
China
August 4, 2009 9:16pm CST
Long-distance-love is just implied by the name that being in love in different places. With times past by requirement and development, more and more people have to be uprooted from theri home due to study, further education, work etc... and other various reasons. It must make many lovers to stay in two different places and becomes'long-distance-love'. What is called 'loving easily but maintaining relationship hard'. Long-distance love gives both sides not only with imagination but also sense of unsafety. The feelings come up with varied situtations. Some lovers are in happy ending and some are in separation. Some people are joy and some are heartbreaken. To face the difficulty of long-distance love, could you deal with the unpredictable change with patience? Could love beat the distance of space-time? How much toughly long-distace love has the outcome?
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@HelScream (2828)
• Philippines
5 Aug 09
feeling of unsafe nah I dont think so once you love there should be trust between you two ... me and my gf is a living proof of this kind of relationship me and my girl havent seen each other in person she live in a different country as I am , we have our difficulties at first but it was never the feeling of unsafe. Missing each other too badly this is our problem other than that nothing else, we never doubt each other not even to the back of our mind. What we have is for real and serious... we planned to get married one of this years to come and the wait is too long but still both of us are very patient for that time to come coz we know we have finally found each other after so many years of waiting for the right person to come now the search is over and a lifetime spend together is what both of us is aiming for in the future....
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@maximax8 (28249)
• United Kingdom
5 Aug 09
I met my ex-husband in Australia when I was traveling around the world. I was age 21 years old. We met on a train in Queensland and we got on really well. I began as friends and then started dating. We had a wonderful time together in Brisbane. For New Year we went up to Cairns. It was so sad to have to leave and I flew on to Darwin because I knew my working holiday visa was about to run out. I spent more than a month in South East Asia after arriving in Singapore. I chatted on the phone as often as we could. Coming home to England I really missed him. The phone bill went through the roof. He sold his car to get the money to fly to Britain. He arrived on a summers day and thought it was really cold weather. Well it was compared to sunny Queensland. We got married and had a baby son. Our marriage lasted six years. He never got used to the climate. I think he was happy to go back to Australia. He is a keen traveler like myself. The last time I heard from him was two years ago. He was teaching English as a Foreign Language in China. Long distance love can be challenging and sometimes expensive.
@jazzbabe (166)
• Philippines
5 Aug 09
I think a long-distance relationship could work as long as the communication is very much consistent. I guess constant communication is the only way a long-distance relationship is bridged.
@hsofyan (3448)
• Jakarta, Indonesia
5 Aug 09
If you forever, yeah ... there is no use to be. But if for a while, depending on each person. What can be patient and steadfast to this situation. How many successful? Unfortunately, I do not have that data.