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    Basically i've known this guy for over 7 months, we've let our feelings come clear but theres a distance problem.
    We both understand that a long distance relationship would be hard,and i've even tried to move on to someone else at least 3 ocassions but I can't
    I really really like him and want to be with him,it gets me down sometimes that i'm not with him, he makes me happy and seems like a really nice guy I love him
    I've had other Boyfriends and haven't felt the same way about them as I do him.
    What should I do. (don't say move on as i've explained this)
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    could use a little more info, like is it an online thing or he used to live nearby, how well do you know him, ages, stuff like this factors in on planning an appropriate course of action
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    If one of you is willing to relocate in the future it will work, otherwise no. If you think that might be years off then you may find you spend those years and more lonely and unable to find a replacement if you don't go for it. Afterall you wouldn't be happy with anything less than what's available now.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Basically i've known this guy for over 7 months, we've let our feelings come clear but theres a distance problem.
    We both understand that a long distance relationship would be hard,and i've even tried to move on to someone else at least 3 ocassions but I can't
    I really really like him and want to be with him,it gets me down sometimes that i'm not with him, he makes me happy and seems like a really nice guy I love him
    I've had other Boyfriends and haven't felt the same way about them as I do him.
    What should I do. (don't say move on as i've explained this)
    If you believe it can work go for it but never put it on hold because you think the distance will be too hard or too straining. If you really do love each other it won't matter.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Basically i've known this guy for over 7 months, we've let our feelings come clear but theres a distance problem.
    We both understand that a long distance relationship would be hard,and i've even tried to move on to someone else at least 3 ocassions but I can't
    I really really like him and want to be with him,it gets me down sometimes that i'm not with him, he makes me happy and seems like a really nice guy I love him
    I've had other Boyfriends and haven't felt the same way about them as I do him.
    What should I do. (don't say move on as i've explained this)
    If you love him, then distance should be no object. I'm in a LDR and I love my girlfriend. We've both tried to move on, but it hasn't worked.

    Communication is the key - MSN, texts and phone calls. That is how my girlfriend and I manage to remain slightly sane. Just try and meet up as often as you can.

    Good luck, it's worth it all in the end.
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    And btw theres nothing to be ashamed of to post this so no need for the anon, but if you don't feel comfortable etc that's fine but if you ever want to talk just give me a PM ok?
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    I'm just a bit shy because I don't him to see it:p:
    But thanks
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm just a bit shy because I don't him to see it:p:
    But thanks
    Awwww.

    Is he a TSRian?
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    Yes
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    why not give it a go anyway? if you've talked about it then it's clear he's interested, and you shouldn't be so quick to dismiss a LDR, it could work...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Yes
    Well, if you don't want to PM tammy, you can always PM me.

    Good luck with it
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    why not give it a go anyway? if you've talked about it then it's clear he's interested, and you shouldn't be so quick to dismiss a LDR, it could work...
    Hey not being funny but why is this anon :s:
    Thanks Deej
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    What you mean by distance, as in same city, or like miles away?


    You spoken to him lateley? Like txt him or on msn? Or not talked alot lately?
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    Miles away
    Yeah I txt him, go on msn and talk to him phone him whenever we're not busy.
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    Weird cos Im a guy in the same situatiom. cept I known this girl 2 years, she lives miles away and shes had boyfriends but it didnt work, or so her mates told me.

    As the guy I am so dying to talk to her bout it, but she doesnt seem interested.
    Are you perfectly sure this guy knows who you feel, cos talkin to him once in a while or friendly isnt gonna make him realise you love him.

    Take it from me, dont let it go, tell him you still like him

    GL
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    So have you actually met this guy?
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    No not yet because of distance I would if I could.
    However I see him via webcam,txt him,msn him,and see him here
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    I bet he's reading this.
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    I know the distance is a big problem (believe me, I've been there!), but until you meet him neither of you will know how you really feel or where to go from here.
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    No he's not, because he's not online.
 
 
 
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