Hello everyone, I was in a long distance relationship for 9 months, 5 months together 4 months away, but I believed we truly loved each other and had future plans of moving together. He just broke up with me because he has just started a new job and he won't be able to get a vacation until next summer. I might be able to visit him in 2 or 3 months, but that's not a sure things yet as I might be moving to a different country with my family so it will take longer if I did. I truy love him and willing to wait I don't care if it's until next summer. I told him seems you didn't love me enough to wait for me even though he has given so many promises and said he would wait for me for years because he wants no one else but me, but now he is thinking he doesn't want me to wait for him for all this time as my situation with my family is hard they are my responsibility, and for him his job issue.
I truly believe that if it is true love we can both wait for each other. Plus, we were just at the start of trying to make it work, why would we give up so early? Lots are living a LDR and they survived.
What do you think all? Do you think if you truly love someone and want no one else but them, would you go a year waiting to see them? I would. Thanks!
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Yes, but it takes two. It takes both of you to feel and want the same, exactly the same! That's why LDRs are hard because it's really rare to find that one person who feels and wants exactly the same. I've been with my guy for 3 years in LDR and it fell apart eventually. He just lost interest (and I don't blame him it's the way he is, I'm just different I could wait longer). So yeah, the distance is not the problem, it's about a couple in it. That's why I always say I'm not regretting that I was in a LDR, I regret with WHO I was in LDR. And if I somehow bump into another LDR guy I would do it again. I don't mind the distance I just hope that if it happens again the new guy is gonna be stronger and more mature. :)0
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