So my girlfriend and I have been dating for just under a month. However it's an LDR.
I don't know if it will work out or not. I want it to, but i can never tell. I can't go see her right now because I don't have money and the time. I want to though.
However, I still notice other women that I'm attracted to. I think "well, what if I were just ask them for a help, or a drink."
I don't know if I'm in an exclusive relationship or not. I can't tell. IT"S SO HARD! I feel like i'm passing up opportunites i may not have later on if I stay in an LDR, but I'm just not good enough with girls to be in a close relationship. If I give up my LDR then I probably won't be with anyone and I will regret losing the most perfect girl. But I don't know if that's how she feels about me and if that's what she wants.
My ex was an LDR too. She told me she loved me all the time, then one day she broke up with me because of the distance. I'm affraid the same thing will happen with my current girlfriend, so I don't want to place all my eggs in once basket...
Is that wrong? I DON"T KNOW ANYMORE.
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LDR's can work. They will be hard at times and you will feel like its not working out but you need to express those feeling with one another and get through it/be strong together. You need to talk with this girl and figure out what stage in the relationship you are in. Your ex broke up with you, that is in the past now. Frankly you need to let go of these worries because they are holding you back. A "perfect girl" shouldn't and won't give up on you because of distance. You've only been with her for one month and are still in the honeymoon phase. Give it time and if she is really so perfect then you won't try to get other girls. Conversations and talking things out will keep the relationship strong.1
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