I've read somewhere that long distance relationship is not a relationship: it's a PROMISE for a real relationship later on.
My boyfriend of 1 year moved away for university yesterday. We're in a long distance relationship now. It's expected to be 5 years apart. We love each other so much we promise to marry after he moves back here. We're in a RELATIONSHIP, and I do not agree it's just a "promise for a real relationship". I think it's indeed a relationship, just long distance. What's your view/opinion on this?
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There are so many people that look down negatively on LDR. Which makes people who are in one not really want to tell others. Since they would probably just laugh and say a bunch of annoying shit about it.
I've been in a LDR for over 3yrs now which this is only my 2nd one. I've had way more physical relationships. Thought they all ended badly and the dudes turned out to be not to great. Yet this this guy I'm with i've never met any guy as awesome as him. This is my longest relationship ever. Plus my LDR has really helped me improve more as a person as well. I do have more details about it in this MyTake I wrote about surviving one. It has more info about it there.1