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Author Topic: Is distance a deal breaker for you?

April 10, 2018, 06:21:05 PM
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If you were in a relationship that had a change and meant you or your significant other had to move, do you think you'd stay in the relationship or be ready to call it quits?

Would there be a certain number of times you'd have to see your significant other in person for a relationship to be manageable for you?

April 10, 2018, 07:34:32 PM
Reply #1


Dating in a long distance relationship isn't an easy task, I know this because I had been in a distant relationship once in my life and I must confess it wasn't anything I would like to experience again in my life as it requires more commitment more than what you offer by being in a close relationship.

You get to call often, text often, send money often, and even take the risk of traveling to visit or have your partner visit from time to time. This involves more expenses. It affects relationships in a very bad way if you don't show much affection.

April 10, 2018, 07:40:33 PM
Reply #2


I think distance is not a problem with me as long as I trusted the person that I love, although being in along distance relationship is very complicated but still we must go on for our love because everything in this world is changing. Many  people find the distance as a problem in a relationship because they did not have the chance to meet personally each other which is I think the disadvantages of long distance relationship. But everything could be deal properly as long as you have understanding with each other.

April 19, 2018, 09:54:27 AM
Reply #3


Distance is never an issue to me but of course it will never be easy. Even if your significant other is near you or your're living together its still not going to be easy. Relationship takes a lot of work you need to be committed to your partner. Always loving them and only them. Choosing to be with them even in times that you are going through some hardship.

Always remember that being in love it is not just a feeling it is also a choice.
The not so expert love adviser :)

July 20, 2018, 11:31:11 AM
Reply #4


Actually, distance is not the problem in a relationship, it's on the both of you. If you and your partner can't handle the distance how much more with life.
In a long-distance relationship, you will really see how you and your partner will work it out. You will see how strong you are not only as a couple but as a person. This is a test of time too, how much you love a person and how much committed you are. If you have not survived long distance, you're really not meant together.

When you and your partner have so much trouble in an LDR, it's not because of the distance, there's really a problem between you as a couple so don't blame it to the distance. When you're in an LDR it's whether you realize he is not the one for you or You will realize how much you love them.

July 20, 2018, 01:07:08 PM
Reply #5


Actually long distance relationship is really hard. Specially when you want to be with someone so badly. But this will test your relationship how eager you want to be with someone by just dreaming and makes things come true. And the first goal should be is to meet that person in real.

I have someone that I love so much but he doesn't love me. But I promise that one day I will meet him and fold him how sincere my feeling for him. Guys should be doing this but NO girls can love like this too . I want him to tell me that he don't love me face to face.

August 02, 2018, 11:47:00 AM
Reply #6


It depends on the persons involved. There are those who are taking their relationship seriously that it is kinda easy for them to deal with the distance.
As long as the faithfulness and loyalty are present in the relationship, there is no any hindrance that can break a couple.
For me? Staying in a long distance relationship is difficult, but as long as the both of you are taking it seriously, distance won't matter that much.
But, if one of you already got a trust issue? Yes it can tear the relationship apart.
I am saying all these based on my past experiences.

August 04, 2018, 05:30:25 AM
Reply #7


Long distance relationship is not that easy to work for, but if you have trust to each other no one can set you apart even the distance that you have.

August 26, 2018, 06:23:39 AM
Reply #8


For me, distance is not a hindrance if you two truly love each other. I don't see any reason for it to be a deal breaker. Sometimes distance makes the relationship stronger. It makes two people yearn more of each other. There is a saying that absence makes the heart grow fonder. In some cases this might me be true. Because the person is not around, you feel like you are missing them more. The time you spent on FaceTime and Skype or just talking on the phone is more valuable because of the limited interaction. It really depends on both sides of the relationship. If they work hard for it to to work it won't be much of a problem.

August 26, 2018, 08:36:36 AM
Reply #9


Better to completely leave the relationship once your partner decided to go to other places.  But don't lose the communication, You should give hope to the relationship and expect that your partner will come back.  Better to do that and no string attached.  If your partner comes back and still single, well, time to update your relationship to the new status.


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