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Yes, very possible, and Is... Possible, no Fairy tale about it.
Over fours year ago, a man from Egypt found me on Facebook and we had started a whirlwind romance. After getting to know him and his family better on Skype, I then flew off to the magical land of Cairo where I stayed for 30 days. Things went so well I then returned 3 months later, where we ended up tying the knot at the Ministry of Justice. I remained for awhile, learning how to be a Muslim's wife.
I am back in the states now, and although we are stayed married, LDR is One of the hardest Online to Have and to Uphold of any. It takes two special people to make the team effort and to have the patience, and if only One is making the concerted Effort, it can go dead like a duck in the water.
I was Not the Team player, such as in the Good Second half, who Stayed Committed to the Online Commitment. My husband was far better, more loyal and with my own life, that I continued and even cheated on him, it put a big monkey wrench into our marriage, along with his family who still has this sour ball about me. I have not been to see him since I had left 3 years ago, for the Middle East is getting worse, but he continues to hang in there, loving me unconditionally, although we have many Breakups and Makeups.
Yes, if someone Online as the right chemistry and you both get together to begin your Beguine of nursing and nurturing, it's Up to God and Mother Nature whether or not it is meant to be... Online or Off.
With Facebook, my husband had always told me: I have never been through such Magic for me in my whole life.
Good luck. xx0