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  • Is long distance relationship gonna end bad for everyone?

    Not many have the guts to try this, less succeed.

  • Nonlinear
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    Only if you're hot with $$$.

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  • Dark-Matter
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    Originally posted by Yang712 View Post
    Not many have the guts to try this, less succeed.
    It has worked for some and failed for many others. If you are interested in it then go for it because you have to take a chance in life sometimes.

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  • ThirzaNL
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    I am in a long distance relationship for almost 2 years already and it is actually pretty good! Of course I had rather seen him every day, but if you love each other enough and you are both dedicated enough it should be fine

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  • loony-moonchild
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    It can definitely work if both are really committed to make it work. They have to be faithful, patient, communicate well, willing to compromise and at least one of them should be willing to move sooner or latter.

    Else no point.

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  • Locke_travelersoul
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    I am pretty sure that it can work! My brother is in a long distance relationship and it works since 5 years. Of course they suffer a lot but if you know that the person is worth it, go for it! The most important thing in my oppinion is trust! If you do trust your partner this bond will be strong no matter how many kilometers are between!

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  • Frriends4ever
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    I believe if love is true definitely rest is immaterial... Love itself is powerful enough to manage the things. Above all, for clapping one has to use both of his hands.. So both partners have to put in the effort to make the things work well..

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  • Etsia
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    Originally posted by DrDarrell View Post
    Friends,

    I had the guts to try it. 15 years ago. I flew to the country of ukraine to meet this girl who was 28.

    it was SCARY, she had a 7 year old daughter.

    that was in july I flew back in November, and asked her to marry me.

    she game to the usa with a Fiencee visa.. we got married.

    That daughter is 21 now. And my wife and I have been married 14 years.

    So yep. its about GUTS, but its ALSO about money. its VERY Expensive.

    also now she filled out the paperwork to get her MOM here.. so I will have to support
    her mom until one of us dies!!!!

    So worry more about the money then the guts.

    Good luck. Try hard to find some one in your own country first.

    dr. Darrell of Michigan.
    DrDarrel, seems you've been abused by a simple East European minded gold digger....Your bitter words suggest you realize that but if you chose to accept the situation means it is OK for you we had one similar Ukrainian with a syndrome of a poor East European here on the forum too,just she was less successful

    As for long distance relationships, depends on people if they work or if they don't. For some distance is a catalyst for splitting up, for others it is a catalyst of getting closer. But finally people either have to settle down in one place or fall apart in different ones in my opinion.

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  • emaarena
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    Not all ldr end bad. I saw the real ldr couple succeed with their relationship and get married. Now they have kids and live happily.

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  • Hades91
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    Soulmates don't exist, deal with that.
    LDR is just the perfect tool for emotional abuser and scammer due its distance.

    There is a difference between online dating where you're looking for a partner for soon as possible personal contact and those weird world wide soulmate seekers that aren't something else than cat fishing specialists or complete fools.
    Last edited by Hades91; 11-12-2018, 04:43 PM.

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  • Extendrew
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    I was in distance relationships twice. Unfortunatelly, we broke up. One of the main reasons of our breaking up is the absence of physical connection. Of course, sex isn't the main thing, but it's TOO hard not to feel your soulmate, his/her lips, his/her hands. Besides, people in distance relationships should trust each other, but sometimes you can't trust people, especially who isn't near you, because of smbd's background. Moreover it's complicated to support your connections because of work, for example, studiyng and so on. And time zones.. Ugh. These problems, as I think, are not so sharp when you're next to your partner.

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  • jessyar
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    i almost made it with my ex, he was moroccan, we dated for about almost 6 years and almost get married this year, but he left me without a logical reason last year, and i still can't move on until now. we loved each other so much. long distance relationship is about TRUST and a lots of love, there's a lot of sacrifices, a lot of investment in terms of feelings, money and TIME. choose your good partner who'll never abandon you.

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  • clrcd_
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    Long distance relationships are hard to maintain. If you're the type of person who craves intimacy with their partner, then it might not be good for you. Some can make it work though, and those people are lucky enough to do so.

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  • Adrammelehh
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    Well. If you want the LDR to succeed, you need to have one issue resolved: who will relocate? Who will leave everything for another person?
    For example I can easily relocate, cause I have nothing, except for my notebook and phone. So it does not matter where will I have nothing: here or in some other country

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  • DrDarrell
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    Friends,

    I had the guts to try it. 15 years ago. I flew to the country of ukraine to meet this girl who was 28.

    it was SCARY, she had a 7 year old daughter.

    that was in july I flew back in November, and asked her to marry me.

    she game to the usa with a Fiencee visa.. we got married.

    That daughter is 21 now. And my wife and I have been married 14 years.

    So yep. its about GUTS, but its ALSO about money. its VERY Expensive.

    also now she filled out the paperwork to get her MOM here.. so I will have to support
    her mom until one of us dies!!!!

    So worry more about the money then the guts.

    Good luck. Try hard to find some one in your own country first.

    dr. Darrell of Michigan.

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