do you want a Long Distance Relationship

Philippines
June 12, 2011 4:48am CST
I've been in a long distance relationship for 3 years, but then i realize that theres a lot of things that i really don't know about him so i decide to end our relationship.
8 responses
@kimLJT (30)
• Philippines
12 Jun 11
Be PRACTICAL for our generation as of now long distance relationship (LDR) is very impossible (or possibly won't work anymore or has a small percentage of success) as each of us needs a nightly comfort sort of a thing (maybe you know what I mean) and I think this thing makes LDR hard to handle LOL. TRUST on this kind of relationship is just on first but eventually it will be broken. All you have to expect on this kind of relationship is DESTINY ^_^
@pino69 (57)
• Belgium
12 Jun 11
It's a choice you have to make. One of my friends had a long distance relation. More than 200km away. Last week they broke up. I don't know why. But it can work. But you need to work on a relationship. You have to make time for each-other and spend as much time that you can with each-other. It's hard but it can work. Or you can go and live together.
• Philippines
12 Jun 11
Me, I don't like it either but in life you still have to makes right choices. My husband is working as an OFW because our country can't give him the salary he needed to raise our family. We have to make our relationship work, I guess we've been in love more now than we only see each other every 8mos. Everything is a choice, choice to be happy or sad, we can have broken relationships even we are not far from each other. I have a friend, his husband is so close to him yet he manage to like another girl.see, it is not a question of distance but of how much love you have for each other.
• Philippines
12 Jun 11
oh its really hard, but you have kids beside you?
• Philippines
12 Jun 11
Yes, I have a daughter with me. It is even painful if she's missing his father also. Every time my husband is here, we make it a point to spend quality time together. Sometimes what matter most is the quality time and not the quantity time.
• Indonesia
30 Jun 11
Simple sentence for LDR : "You have a GF/BF and you don't feel have Her/Him." Maybe you made a correct decision. For me, personally, I will very agree about your decision. Be strong!
• Philippines
1 Jul 11
Thank you.
• Indonesia
12 Jun 11
if you don't love him again. you are right to end your relationship. indeed long distance is hard to do.
• Philippines
12 Jun 11
yah, i end it coz i can't feel that i still love him. he always getting mad at me but i don't know the his reason.
@daiweian06 (1408)
30 Jun 11
Yeah! Long distance relationship is useless. There's a lot more to spent your love with. Just find with someone who is with you and who will be there for you at all times. But if the case if you have along serious relationship then you transfer to one place for a job better to think about it. You must be faithful and stick to one. And if you really don't know that person and the only relationship is online better to give up. Good day! God bless!
• Portugal
14 Jun 11
i understand you. its really hard to have a long distance relation. i say this bcs i been in one and i also decided the best was to end things. at least while we didnt have a stable life. but we decided to wait for each other. just a few time ago, things are changing. im not sure if he will wait for me or not anymore im not happy that we are so far, but i will be broken if i lose him before i can even see him near me. i love him, i really do and we know each other well. i know what kind of songs he likes, i know he doesnt like movies much, i know he likes to sing, i know a lot about him and he also knows about me. to lose him is much worse than have a far relation. we dont have a relation right now, but my feelings for him are the same.
@Graceekwenx (3163)
• Philippines
12 Jun 11
Welcome to Mylot Julyeth! Three years truly is not enough for one to get to really know a person. There are married couples out there who claimed to know each other very well before they tied the knot but now are alarmed with the surprises. If you think this person is really nice, why not interrogate him further? All i can say about LDRs is that there has to be a lot of laying out the cards as much as laying out the money if one of you feels that it is about time that you really meet up.