We chatted initially on the site for a couple of days then he gave me his mobile and continued texting on that for about a week. After the week he started calling me and we have had phone conversations now for the last 8 days.
We get along really well, laugh together, talk. We have just started swapping racier pictures and had phone sex for the first time last night. We live about 2 hrs away by plane and at the beginning of our chatting he had mentioned that he was thinking of moving from his current hometown.
So what are generally the timelines with dating long distance, I repeat we are not in a "relationship". He mentioned he wanted to face time me last night, I have suggested he fly down and spend a weekend with me. Are we moving at the right speed given its long distance.
What should we be doing at the 2 week stage? Are the rules different to regular dating? Do I have the right this early on to ask him if he is seeing other women back in his hometown or where he sees things going by the end of the year or should I wait and just be cruisy for the time being, I'm really not sure, never pursued or been pursued long distance?
He replied with: Haha don't worry.. U don't need to do that much at all sexy
I guess I was trying to find out in a round about way if there were other women on the scene ha ha
Most Helpful Guy
Q: " What is the protocol for long distance dating? "
A: I think ARINC-429, unless the other person is in the military, then it's MIL-1553.0
Most Helpful Girl
I don't think there are any real rules, only what you feel comfortable with.
I would suggest making sure the two of you are both looking for the same things. Are you looking for something casual or serious? Are either of you willing to one day move to the others city? Can you both handle a commited long distance relationship? Do you have the money and time to actually visit each other? Who would pay for those trips?
Long distance can work long term as long as you have realistic plans to one day be together.0
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