the long-distance love

China
April 11, 2010 9:48pm CST
I think many people face this issue. u and your boyfriend/girlfreind are seperated by working, education or something else. Some one think it is not a regard as long as u are into each other.Besides, the communication is so convenient cosidering the high-tech tools like, MSN,telephone. other people go opposite direction. The communication is witout real eye-contact and real touch. u are irrelevant with no connection. Moreover, the missing would definitelt distract u away from your work or learning. so what is your idea?
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@reckon21 (3487)
• Philippines
13 Apr 10
Long distance relationship rarely works. Always and have been not an ideal if you push through with this kind of relationship in the end it will be wasted. But I think with the kind of technology nowadays this kind of set up might work because we have text, video communication and cellphone to call anytime. The loneliness will be lessened. Communication is the one driving factor that can make a relationship work. With out it the love would not work and blossomed at all. It will simply die like a writhed flower waiting for the rain that may never come. But there's also some long distance love affair that survived the test of time but seldom happened.
• China
17 Apr 10
I think I need to try and I cannot give up things only for the negative impact I imagined. so just move on and maintain the relationship with our efforts.
• Indonesia
12 Apr 10
For Me LDR is not big problem Althought separated by a distance I a heart say " I love her/him" Distance is not problem.. Just trust to your deep heart say...^^ Good Luck... By the way... I can say like this.. Because i LDR too.. I was 1year LDR with my girlfriend ^^
• China
13 Apr 10
your grilfrind is in another city or out of your country.btw, where are u from. I am a Chinese girl and I will come to America to pursue my master program.
@laydee (12814)
• Philippines
13 Apr 10
I know this one so well. I'm in it right now. He's in another country to work and we haven't been with each others' company for almost a year now. It's difficult really, regardless what type or mode of communication available, nothing can compare to physical face-to-face contact. Though I'm not really complaining because technology these days are just amazing, I can talk to him like he's just in front of me. But still, I'd give away everything just to have him with me more. But something does worry me about most of the relationships right now. Most would settle for getting to know someone online and not really bothering to meet up first. I find it troubling because there are those people who are only good when it's not face-to-face but when the 'meeting' does happen, it'll be awkward. I know a friend who has been into these things for a long while. I always ask her how she feels when she and her online boyfriend do meet and he expects her to sleep with him or kiss him being they've been on for more than a year now. She always says it's okay, but to me, having someone you've only met physically now kiss you yet alone sleep with you, that's just awkward! What if you realize you don't like the way they smell, what if you feel that the person has diseases or something???? Anyhow, I'm just thankful my boyfriend and I have met several times and have really spent time together before deciding to be boyfriend/girlfriend.