To keep a “long relationship” or To keep a “long distance relationship”….which one is harder?

Question by Arctic: To keep a “long relationship” or To keep a “long distance relationship”….which one is harder?

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Answer by deana1975au
all relationships take effort, but if its meant to be its worth it

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5 thoughts on “To keep a “long relationship” or To keep a “long distance relationship”….which one is harder?”

  1. Long distance relationship for sure, I dated someone for over two years before he moved to China. We lasted 10 more months after that.

  2. Oooh la la, a long distance relationship (just friends) for me because we both have unusual ways of looking at relationships. She’s a very negative person and the fact that now she’s in a different country doesn’t help, gives me very little to work with (postcards/emails/letters). Plus a much better chance they’ll move on and forget about you.

  3. i would have to say long distance relationship-being apart from each other puts a real strain on things-u are alone and miss that love and companionship-plus you dont know what the other person might be doing and you can create delusions in your head…im not saying these relationships dont work but you have to really work at them for them to survive

  4. I am in a long-distance relationship with the person that I want to spend the rest of forever with and it is incredibly difficult. Love can last forever, so the long relationship isn’t a problem, and while it can also span continents, it pulls at your heart to be so removed from that special person. Needless to say, I think a long distance relationship is much harder, but if its true love, than it can travel and distance and any length of time, so the real question is of love, not distance or time.

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