That's very true
This is very well applied to any other relationship too, however.Thinking of my friend, he had two long distance relationships which he couldn't maintain and now is 100% convinced about how there is no way in heaven for them to ever work out.Ironically he has been in like.. 8(?) normal relationships so far that he failed to maintain as well, yet he doesn't apply the same concept here.
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Yes that's true in most cases when it comes to a relationship but every relationship isn't the same in situations
Well of course not, my point is that if you are ganna have a long distance relationship you would have to find a guy thats as loyal as you and that takes it seriously, if you want it to be happy and healthy, you could always choose to go with the flow and do the same but i wouldn't recommend that 😂
You do you, sont worry about it, if they cheat on you then they aren't worth having you, you are pretty and loyal, can't have those unloyal people around you anyways 😋
What if either or wasn't in the military and they both just dont see each other as often as you liked but still put effort but your significant other was pushing away and becoming less distant what would you do in that situation
How far is "long distance"?
If he lives in texas and you live in new york
I'd move to Texas
So you think she should move to texas and be with him and leave her family behind and risk everything for a guy?
Is the guy worth it?
Sometimes taking chances and the guy is being sneaky and not as truthful then i don't think he's worth moving for
I'm close to my family too. But I'm not going to pass up love and my own family. But maybe at this point, he isn't worth the risk of moving if it doesn't work out... He obvously moved away from you. Sorry but you are not his #1 priority.