Okay so this morning, my friend wanted me to call her about some exciting news. So she told me that there's a guy that she told me that is intrested in me and wanted to get to know me. I didn't say yes right away, but I decided to give it a try and see what happens. He sounds like an amazing guy. He loves church, he's religious and he a very sweet and amazing guy. She told him about me a little and he thinks I'm amazing. He knows that I'm not rushing into a relationship right now and he completely understands and he feels the same way. He knows about my ex boyfriend. We have each others number and now just getting to know each other. He said he'll text me later. One problem, we live in different states. He lives in Ohio and I live in Arizona. I don't do long distance relationships or never had before. Why did I say yes? I'm such an idiot. We like completely strangers so it's not like we're dating. Damn I'm such a fool. He even said he would come down to Arizona and meet me.
- Get to know him more.71% (5)33% (2)54% (7)Vote
- Tell him that it's not going to work out.14% (1)17% (1)15% (2)Vote
- Long distance relationship can work out15% (1)33% (2)23% (3)Vote
- I don't know. You should have said no in the first place0% (0)17% (1)8% (1)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
In my experience, long-distance relationships don't work. Don't waste your time.0
Most Helpful Girl
You can't totally write him off just for distance.
You're old enough where you should be at a point in your life where you have some expendable cash and can make the trip. But make him come to you. Not because he's the man, but because Ohio sucks. It's not as cold as further north, but Ohio cops are on a crack down for speeding and they write tickets for 1 over :p They LOVE tickets. So have him come to you. Or you can both meet in like Kansas or something.
LDRs are very difficult when started in your position. Not impossible, but VERY difficult.0