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Ok so this is my first long distance. I met him in our country in December and we’ve been together ever since so about 5 months now. I went to visit him in Canada as I live in Europe. Isit normal that I’ve been crying the whole flight and I just want to go home and cry all day? Really miss him. We spent a month together in his house. When I started crying in which I didn’t want to his eyes started to become red and teary however I can tell that he was holding it in.

Am I crazy for crying ?
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You’re not crazy for crying, you miss him and that’s natural. It’s okay to cry it out if it makes you feel better! Long distance isn’t easy, but hopefully the two of you will get to spend more time together soon
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Ok so this is my first long distance. I met him in our country in December and we’ve been together ever since so about 5 months now. I went to visit him in Canada as I live in Europe. Isit normal that I’ve been crying the whole flight and I just want to go home and cry all day? Really miss him. We spent a month together in his house. When I started crying in which I didn’t want to his eyes started to become red and teary however I can tell that he was holding it in.

Am I crazy for crying ?
Nope, you aren't crazy. I do this every time I have to leave my boyfriend. I cry when we get to the airport, and it's proper ugly crying. Once I snorted because I was crying and not breathing. And we will just spend 5 minutes hugging, with me burying my face in him and making his shirt all wet. And I'll still be crying when I go through security and I'll get a bunch of weird looks, and then I'll still be crying when I'm waiting at the gate. Last time, people were concerned that I was really scared of flying because I was crying so much. And then I'll cry for an hour or so into the flight too. I only stop because I physically can't cry any more. It takes a couple of weeks to get back to normal and the routine of long-distance again. I totally understand how you feel. If you ever want someone to talk to about it, my inbox is always open. I'm in the UK and my partner is in the US.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Ok so this is my first long distance. I met him in our country in December and we’ve been together ever since so about 5 months now. I went to visit him in Canada as I live in Europe. Isit normal that I’ve been crying the whole flight and I just want to go home and cry all day? Really miss him. We spent a month together in his house. When I started crying in which I didn’t want to his eyes started to become red and teary however I can tell that he was holding it in.

Am I crazy for crying ?
There is nothing crazy about being so fond of someone that you start crying. Now you need to be solution focussed- how are you going to keep in touch until you meet up again? Sounds like you need to Skype or video call him occasionally.
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