Long distance relationships

April 19, 2017 7:46am CST
I dont know how people actually cope up so good when they are living far from the one they love. The absence of the person with whom you want to stay for almost every moment is so far from you that you actually crave for thr hug and just for the single touch of that person. Going thorough my past records usually people end up with their relationships whenever the word LONG DISTANCE jumps in the picture.Something just stop them to take the risk. Its not that they don't love that person anymore but then I wonder whats that thing exactly which stops the,. Love be the most beautiful feeling then why are they going apart just because they wont be staying together anymore and if its about the issue of trust then why they loved each other at the very first place.
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@Mass_Sonu (1035)
• India
19 Apr 17
@toosexyformyshoes I see your point. Long Distance kills relationships. I have seen exceptions too, rare and old.
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@Courtlynn (66068)
• United States
19 Apr 17
Only the people can kill a relationship not the distance.
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@Mass_Sonu (1035)
• India
19 Apr 17
@Courtlynn That's a way of putting it. But, long distance does kill a relationship, if it's not a strong relationship in the first place, so I'd agree with you
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19 Apr 17
@Mass_Sonu @Courtlynn yes guys, of course we can put it that way.. but the point is it basic human nature which demands physical presence, even mere affectionate gestures are better conveyed that way!
19 Apr 17
In my opinion, people who end up their relationship, because of having a status of a "long distance relationship" finds a hard time building their trust. They fear that they can't handle the pressure of being far from their loved one. They don't have enough trust for their partners, as well as trust for themselves. They are afraid to take such risk. I believe that in any relationship, trust is the core, it should always be greater than love.
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19 Apr 17
Trust is always one of the most crucial aspect of any relationship.. i agree with you but the point is it is not just the trust which is at stake in a long distance relationship.. there are a lot of other issues involved when people are separated by a distance.. and the problems are such that you end up concluding there is no other solution than bridging the gaps.
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19 Apr 17
@toosexyformyshoes Relationships are built to work on...
@megatron777 (3778)
• Guam
19 Apr 17
It is possible in the real world so long as both party has love, trust and confidence with each other. I know because it happened to me.
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28 Apr 17
You are so lucky then! All the very best for your love life
@Basilo (608)
19 Apr 17
it is the most difficult thing. it requires both to have self-restrain. not over reactionary. I think very few of them succeed.
28 Apr 17
Trust is the building block of relationship. And as far as both the parties are ready to adjust their relationship will go on for years nd years
@LeaPea2417 (20346)
• Toccoa, Georgia
19 Apr 17
Long distance can hurt relationships but if it is meant to be , they will find a way to move close to one another.
28 Apr 17
Yes, if its meant to be then nothing can stop them
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@malibu153 (134)
19 Apr 17
Distance is a killer. Trust me i used to think distance cant change anything, but in real it does a lot of things. I was in one for 2 and a half years. Its not like love wasnt there but the prioritizing part wasnt there. Trust and everything else comes later. Nothing is successful singlehandedly not even love.
28 Apr 17
Exactly, when you need that person and not finding him beside you hurts the most.
@Athinker (1511)
29 Apr 17
If our love is pure and true then any distance can't kill our relationships.
@Courtlynn (66068)
• United States
19 Apr 17
Ummm. Im in one and have been for almost 7 years. Theres ever been a problem.