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    Mooch is offline Senior Member Regular
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverwmoon View Post
    I agree with DE, I think the only real difference with long-distance is the amount of effort it requires, you will still split if it wasn't meant to be.
    I agree that more effort is required to make a long distance relationship work, but it's definatly not the only difference.
    - The amount of trust and faith you have to have in your partner is much higher than in your average relationship.
    - The amount of patience you have to have in order to wait for that person is also much higher, It's not like just not seeing them for a couple of days or so it's like weeks and months. You've gotta have patience lol

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    true, but I also find you do a lot more talking to someone that's long distance. Maybe because talking is easier when it's the only thing you can do but I think it makes for a strong base for the relationship if you chose to let it. It certainly helps you to get to know the other person faster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mooch View Post
    I agree that more effort is required to make a long distance relationship work, but it's definatly not the only difference.
    - The amount of trust and faith you have to have in your partner is much higher than in your average relationship.
    - The amount of patience you have to have in order to wait for that person is also much higher, It's not like just not seeing them for a couple of days or so it's like weeks and months. You've gotta have patience lol
    so in that case, if both are able to tough through that, does it make their relationship that much stronger?? with that aspect, is that an advantage w/ long distance relationships?

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    Quote Originally Posted by duece22
    @mystic...ahaha...no, cuz u could see her whenever...ahaha
    Actually no. She lives in an apartment complex and accused me of being a stalker once.


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    Mooch is offline Senior Member Regular
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverwmoon View Post
    It certainly helps you to get to know the other person faster.
    Yeah you probably do know them very well but not really better than a couple who see each other everyday and spend alot of time together. You just know them differently.

    Quote Originally Posted by deuce22 View Post
    so in that case, if both are able to tough through that, does it make their relationship that much stronger?? with that aspect, is that an advantage w/ long distance relationships?
    Yeas i think that if you do get through a long distance relationship your more than likely going to have a much stronger relationship than others, so yeah i suppose this is probably one of the very few anvantages to a long distance relationship.

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    Most of the time these relationships don't work out. Lust, sex-drive, or need for affection or watever is too much to handle usually and they cant help but see other people~

    But of course if they DO make it through it and come back living in the same city again or w/e then I guess it'd be stronger, unless they are so used to not being with each other, they break up =p

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    Yeah i know a couple who had a long distance relationship for two year's, she lived in London and he lived in Cuba and when she moved back to Cuba they split up within two months because they realised they were different people and had grown apart. Was quite sad really.

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    One of the people I know had a long distance relationship for about 2 years and they ended up getting married ^^
    I guess it's possible, but it's hard..

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    but the distance sometimes can ruin the relationship.....my now ex girlfriend...(yes we broke up) we dated for 2 years, i lived in cali and she lived in illinois....we go to the same bording school.....and during this summer since we didn't see each other for long we didn't care as much as we did before we left for summer.....but it can work out for some.......the key thing is to understand that trust and confidance is needed!

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    Well it can work out but it depends a lot on the distance of the relationship, it might not work out from different countries but different cities (from the same country) it could.

 

 
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