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Dear Dish-It, Can My Long Distance Relationship Work?

I'm dating this guy and everything is great - the problem is he lives four hours away. Do you think we can make this work? Back to Article

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Libbyh15
Libbyh15 wrote:
2012-03-26 18:45:24 -0700

Long distance relationships don't work! I have tried 2 times it's hard,I was scared of him cheating or lying to me(Even though I trusted him)

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xxxhellokitty123xxx
xxxhellokitty123xxx wrote:
2011-08-12 22:06:00 -0700

dudes if think dat it will work out well its not!! first of all u will neva get to see him or her!!! like my my friend jaden and gavin they broke up becuz they neva got too see eachother!!!!
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lozzabops123
lozzabops123 wrote:
2011-06-29 08:58:20 -0700

my bf lives in america , i don't know if it will work out but that don't stop me loving him.

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Poll-3

Can Long Distance Work?

  • Yeah, I've had a long distance relationship that worked.
  • No, they usually don't work.
  • Long distance relationships are way too much effort!
  • I guess it depends on the situation.

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"Kirsteeeeen" wrote:I think you should go. It might be difficult but you never know. You might find something to talk about with his fiance and find a way to talk to her! Or you could be more social with other family. The only way to beat being unsocial in big groups is to put yourself into the situation and learn. You could actually have a great time :)Just relax, be yourself. Ask questions. People love to talk about themselves so ask lots. It'll keep conversation going and you'll learn about possible later conversation topics. Also smile and be friendly. Make small talk. Remember you're there to celebrate a happy time in someone's life. You might not like it but it's their big day, one of the biggest in their life. And your dad and sister are going so you could always stick around them if socializing doesn't work. Sorry for late reply! ^-^ Thanks for the advice, I appreciate it. Problem is, only my sister has anything to wear and my dad is fretting over something that will match, but I think that was just sorted out. I'm picky over what to wear and I'm not aloud to wear boots or leggings, which I practically live in. Though I'm probably only going to stay for a few hours since the dog's not able to go to the kennel right now. 
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DisneyanimeLover
"ThunderSpirit" wrote:Wow. We have more in common than I thought.I had the same problem [except she was a little less mean] and this is the advice I was given. Don't exactly go up to her and say, "I don't wanna be friends," because although she is mean, she still might be hurt. Just don't really make it official, but slowly drift apart from her. Try to meet new people, maybe there's someone great you just haven't met yet. And maybe she's having problems of her own, not like that's an excuse. But in the end, if she does apologize to you, she might be a friend worth keeping, but those insults were pretty serious, not something best friends would do, and you probably wouldn't forgive her. I get that. Thanks for the good advice! I don`t see her often so drifting away is the smartest idea. Although I see her at family parties and stuff cause she is a family friend. I`ll try and drift away from her. If she gets better at being kind I`ll be her friend again most likely. Thanks! 
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ThunderSpirit
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Wow. We have more in common than I thought. I had the same problem [except she was a little less mean] and this is the advice I was given. Don't exactly go up to her and say, "I don't wanna be friends," because although she is mean, she still might be hurt. Just don't really make it official, but slowly drift apart from her. Try to meet new people, maybe there's someone great you just haven't met yet. And maybe she's having problems of her own, not like that's an excuse. But in the end, if she does apologize to you, she might be a friend worth keeping, but those insults were pretty serious, not something best friends would do, and you probably wouldn't forgive her. I get that.
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