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Long distance relationships: yes or no?

I feel like I could do a long distance relationship if the relationship was on a solid ground; like we dated, got to know each other got into a relationship and clearly stated what our goals were then if they had to travel I’d be okay with it but starting a new relationship via video calls just doesn’t sound right to me! what are your thoughts…

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  1. Long distance relationships can be nasty and pointless. You text about how much you miss each other and how lonely it is and how you can barely survive another day without them even though you've been away for years.

    Long distance relationships can be nasty and pointless. You text about how much you miss each other and how lonely it is and how you can barely survive another day without them even though you’ve been away for years.

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  1. For young couples, long distance is hard because of the excitement of being in a relationship. The hot blood also makes them have a longer honeymoon phase as compared to older couples. Staying apart is not usualy a choice any couple intentionally makes because you want to stay close to your person aRead more

    For young couples, long distance is hard because of the excitement of being in a relationship. The hot blood also makes them have a longer honeymoon phase as compared to older couples. Staying apart is not usualy a choice any couple intentionally makes because you want to stay close to your person and spend time and life together.

    Once work and bills come to the picture, companionship is no longer a priority and responsibilities take center stage. Even couples staying together may have sex once in months or even years in spite of loving together.

    Life forces us to adjust and the type of relationship we have or the distance involved becomes a choice that is out of our control.

    At the end of the day, you have to make things work, you have to create time for self, you have to sacrifice a lot for the family. It stops being your relationship and is just life as it goes.

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