Long Lasting Relationship.

@Erynn14 (359)
Malaysia
September 18, 2012 1:55am CST
Hey MyLotters! Here, I was thinking about a long lasting relationship. Is there possible to have a long lasting relationship with no holding hands, no hugging and so on could happen? Just having some problem with this kind of things. Which we can't hold hands or just have any physically touch. It was kind of frustrating us. It is really possible to just trust each other and love each other and respect each other can really last a relationship for long? I was having this confusion on how things going to go now. I do not know what can I do to make this relationship to be lasted until we are old and pass away. I really wish to have him for the rest of my life. I do not want to experience anymore heartbreak and so on. I know that feelings and all. But, he is the one I have ever been feel like, I can trust him so much that he won't do something that he shouldn't do which is sorry to me. No, he won't. I believe. Just that, I do not know how am I suppose to make our relationship last for that long. I really wish, there's a better way.
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@soraya452 (127)
18 Sep 12
For some people this is perfectly possible. But for others its not, all depends on the individual.
• United States
18 Sep 12
Sometimes it seems like half of my relationship with my fiance is love-making alone. Although we both know our relationship is much deeper than just the physical. We have overcome many hardships together. Even seperated by duty, we stuck together. It has been proven we do not need any physical contact to be together (we've even had to go months without seeing each other), but to never be able to make love, or even physically touch my soon-to-be husband, I'm not sure about that. If there is a reason for you not having any physical contact with him, then all the power and strength to you. I don't see how anyone can have a happy relationship without any physical contact. We even shake hands with business partners, how could you not with your loved one? Studies have even shown that newborn babies can die if they don't ever get to experience the touch of another human being. Will you two be able to hug and kiss one day? If so, maybe it's worth sticking this out. If not, maybe you need to re-evaluate your relationship. What are your reasons for not having any physical contact, if you don't mind me asking?
• Egypt
18 Sep 12
long lasting relationship?..what do you mean?...without marriage?..
• Philippines
18 Sep 12
trust is very important in a relationship. It is where you can build a foundation for your relationship so you better have it as much as possible. and always make sure you communicate with your partner so that you know what he likes and he knows what you like. Just enjoy love as much as you can and avoid getting frustrated if he does something you hate because after all you still have to be thankful that your relationship ever existed. If its time to let go then let go and move on, find another person who will love you more thats it. Life is too short to worry about these things my dear friend. Goodluck to you! Happy Mylotting!
@challs12 (549)
• Malaysia
18 Sep 12
Relationship without contact? I can easily say impossible in today's world. But if you really wish and both side honest to each others and follow your religion, then this could be possible. Trust me it's very hard to be alone all the way without the love ones. It's not only that we need cares etc., but we need moral support, someone to hand a shoulder to cry on, someone who willing to listen to you when you talk nonsense and a lot more. Being apart, make all the mentioned needs mentioned above impossible or maybe not as expected to bring cherish to the relationship. I know some people use modern technolgy like video call to when they miss their love, but it's not going to give the best what one relationship expected to grow and sustain till the end of our life.
• Portugal
18 Sep 12
all relationships need hugs and kisses and holding hands to last. if you dont see the person near, like if you met the person online or something, its easier to have a relation without touching bcs you really cant. but if you and your bf see each other all the time and spend much time together will be hard not to kiss or hold each other. i think the best for you is that you kiss him and hold him when you and him are alone. if thats forbidden in your country to show your love in public do it when you are with him only. you should both be free to show your love for each other. wish things go better
@jenny1015 (13394)
• Philippines
18 Sep 12
A kiss and a simple touch could express a thousand words. Why wouldn't you want that to happen? Wouldn't you want to express how you feel to your partner? It doesn't have to lead to anything intimate, but I think you owe each other the reassurance that both of you will be always there for each other.
@rsa101 (13337)
• Philippines
18 Sep 12
I believe that it is basic in a relationship especially a loving one to have some kind of physical contact of some sort. It is part and parcel to feel each others care for each other. I do not know why you do not want that and just have a long lasting relationship by just basing on trust. I know trust is an important ingredient in having a relationship but of course eventually physical touching is a bonding activity for the relationship to last that long. Even a parent child relationship cuddling and getting intimate with one another is an essential part of having a parent-child relationship of some sort.