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Distance relationship

How about a distance relationship where you have no idea what your partner is doing and you haven’t really both worked on trusting each other
Original post by Mrblaq
How about a distance relationship where you have no idea what your partner is doing and you haven’t really both worked on trusting each other

What are you asking? You have not asked a question.
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It's not a relationship if there's no trust...
You can be good friends during this period of distance and keep in touch , try to meet when possible etc. The exclusivity implicitly in your question is not health if it is imposed, He might ask you not to go to parties, social gathers ( and you might ask him to - or her). It will generate lots of anxiety. Probably not the answer you wanted to hear sorry x and if it meant to be you will know with time x
You’re still young don’t stress if it goes tits up. There’s plenty of people out there and it sounds like you both haven’t got to a high enough level in your relationship to make it worth the distance for. I’d remain friends if that’s what you’re asking and try focus on meeting people where you both will be.
i have done long distance with my boyfriend this past year whilst he was at uni, when it first started we had been together officially for 18 months, but we have known each other for ages, so i guess that helped. if you don’t have trust in your relationship you are going to struggle so much with overthinking etc. just try and see each other as often as you can, call etc just see if its right, it does sound like you are early into the relationship so take your time to build trust together and see if it would work out for you both

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