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    Been speaking to a girl for almost 2 months now, met online, both go to the same uni. We speak pretty much all day everyday and have done since we've been talking to each other. We've only met up twice due to uni exams and not really had enough time. We get on really well, have good banter a good laugh and I also ensure I compliment her! She has gone home from uni now so won't have a chance to see her again, I honestly am not sure what to do, although she has said she'll still speak to me over summer which I guess means she can see us going somewhere.

    What do I do? We live quite far away from each other too so a day trip to see each other would be very long and tiring.
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    Keep up communication with her, skype, and arrange a meet up once a month for a solid block of time, like a weekend, so it feels like a really worthwhile visit. It'll be worth it if you both enjoy each others company, Play it by ear, if you've been talking every day you're obviously quite close, its worth trying at least once
 
 
 
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