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The TSR long-distance overseas relationship society watch

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    I'll give it a go since there are people who have overseas relationships.

    Go and talk about anything you want about your relationship overseas, rant and cry if you must.
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    Mine was unintentional. I started seeing a good friend of mine a lot before I went on holiday for 2 months to Australia, and ended up liking him a lot. However, because of how difficult it'd be we didn't do anything about it, but we've been able to talk a fair bit when the time zones fit, and we ended up getting 'together'... which is quite sad seeing as we haven't seen each other yet even though he's now my boyfriend.
    But I'll be back home September 1st, so it's not a huge long distance thing.
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    yes but this is just for overseas only..:yes:
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    i did 5 years long distance

    I DO NOT ADVISE ANYONE TO GO INTO ONE, unless of course you are 110% sure you will be in the same area pretty soon.

    otherwise, AVOID THEM AT ALL COSTS.
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    (Original post by mitsabeeba)
    i did 5 years long distance

    I DO NOT ADVISE ANYONE TO GO INTO ONE, unless of course you are 110% sure you will be in the same area pretty soon.

    otherwise, AVOID THEM AT ALL COSTS.
    well isnt that cheery :|

    Im in one, Norway to Northern Ireland, isnt that bad, flight is only like 2 hours, i didnt intend for anything to happen from it but we just liked each other too much
    Yes it stinks when you leave them at the airport and you cant hold them when youre upset, but its extra special when you come through arrivals and see them waiting there for you and your time together is much more considerate. The bottom line is, if you both love each other very much you can wait for each other. But no, im not going to deny that it isnt easy, you have to be 100% sure you can handle being without them for a few weeks at the time and be 100% committed
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    (Original post by Ruthi-SH)
    well isnt that cheery :|

    Im in one, Norway to Northern Ireland, isnt that bad, flight is only like 2 hours, i didnt intend for anything to happen from it but we just liked each other too much
    Yes it stinks when you leave them at the airport and you cant hold them when youre upset, but its extra special when you come through arrivals and see them waiting there for you and your time together is much more considerate. The bottom line is, if you both love each other very much you can wait for each other. But no, im not going to deny that it isnt easy, you have to be 100% sure you can handle being without them for a few weeks at the time and be 100% committed

    just very realistic hon.

    when i was 18, i was full of optimism for my super-dooper loved up fantastic relationship that unforunately spanned the distance between saudi and the UK.

    but, unless you know you are going to be together prpoerly, like normal, very soon, then there is just no point.
 
 
 
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