Distance? Can it really destroy even the greatest love?

Philippines
January 3, 2009 6:29am CST
Do you think distance is a factor that destroys a relationship? Even the a great love? What made you say so? Is it a fact? or people just use this as an excuse?
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4 responses
@rmuxagirl (7554)
• United States
3 Jan 09
I think distance can hurt a relationship if one person needs physical attention and there isn't like a compromise to meet every so often. I am in a long distance relationship right now and it is working because we are making the effort to see each other when we can and talk as often as we can. He also sends me little messages on myspace to say he loves me or misses me.
• Philippines
3 Jan 09
thats good to hear that even if you're miles apart you still have time to see each other and spend time together. That's sweet (:
• Philippines
4 Jan 09
There's a lot of things you can do to keep the romance and love alive,if things don't turned out good, let's just say, maybe lack of communication, and effort to work things out. But its not really the distance..... Happy mylotting!!
@phyrethyme (1267)
• Philippines
4 Jan 09
I agree with Cannonball. Distance is just an excuse and not a factor. I think it really depends on the maturity of the persons in love. If they are mature enough, they will understand that distance is just some phase. They can always solve it anyway. Let's take a mom and a daughter for example. The young daughter doesn't want to let her mom go to another country for work. She totally despises the set up but as she matures, she understands why her mother has to go away for awhile. I think it's something like that, I hope it helps. I think it can be applied to lovers.
@Cannonball (3634)
• France
4 Jan 09
As you say to me it just can be used as an excuse. When I say it I think about one of my ex, now she is even married and I'm not in contact with her but I'm sure her love remains. I also think about some members of my family who passed away, I still feel their love.