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Possibly has something to do with the remoteness of WA and the expectation that everyone travels as everywhere is a long way away!

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Anyway congratulations on your love, marriage and great website. Thanks Merry : and congrats!

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Shoot me an email at meganjerrard gmail. Reading your story gives me hope, I am dating a guy who lives in New York and I am in South Africa and we meet online, we have so much in common. We love each other so much. I now believe we can make it. Thank you!!! Hi Megan i really love reading ur love story and it makes me cry bcz i was in a long distance relationship hes american and im filipina we met in korea and i was back in the philippi es and we see each for almost 5 years a d 5 months now but soon hes coming here in the philippimes, we always talks tru a phone a d sending emails everyday i just wanna ask you about what can you say about he say about tru txt to me recently and it goes like this Babe maybe you and i will have are lade of good voyage thats what i wanted to do when i come to the phillipines that would be nice to pour our love with each other and to god.

Hi there Megan this wa really acctually my someone special say Babe maybe yo and i can go to our lade of good voyage sit and talk i would like to do that when i come to the philippines that would be nice to pour our hearts out of infront of each other and god. If he is saying that he wants to declare your love to each other before God, I would guess that does means marriage. Hi, im having problems with my family about my long distance relationship.

Am i crazy? Hi Harrison, thanks for reaching out — and congrats on finding someone you love! While negativity from your closest circles of family and friends sucks been there, totally feel you! The thing which is most important to making this work is your beliefs, and hers.

Enjoy getting to know each other, have phone conversations, video chats, send letters etc etc. Your story is a beautiful one and i am happy it worked out well. My name is kristen and I live in guyana. I am a 25 year old journalist. Almost one month ago I met a guy named Kevin from Canada who was vacationing in my country.

Congrats on finding someone you click with so well! I would sit down and make a list of the different options which you could make work, ie meeting up in different locations, you getting a visa for Canada, him coming to you etc, and then propose each of those options in your phone call depending on what he says he wants. Your story is amazing and I am happy for your marriage : at the moment, I am in a long distance and it is so hard. We have been together for 8 months and the last time we met was before Christmas. We have been apart for almost 3 moths.

We still dont know when we will see each other again. Of course, we text every day and talk on the Skype sometimes. Both of us really hope it will work out. When it comes to long distance, do you think that either one has to come to compromise in the end? Yes, long distance is definitely hard. When it comes down to it in the end, one of you will have to ultimately make the decision to move.

That may not have to be for a year, or two, but to actually be together one of you will have to be willing to start a new life in a new country. And likewise for Mike 3 years later moving to Australia. Thankyou Grace! My girlfriend and I are currently enduring a long distance relationship. She is from Scotland and I the states. She is very new to the whole idea to long distance as whole and I am not. Is there any advice you have for me to help?

Thanks for reaching out — sorry to hear you both recently had an argument. We would have fights about doubts when we would go for long periods of time without talking, ie when I was on a trip or traveling somewhere. Thank you for your sharing of your story Megan, I feel that you share your story with strong passionate to encourage to those who are worrying about the long distance relationship.

I met this guy in January on dating site while he was waiting for e-visa in Singapore to visit my country. Our country is one of his planning countries during Asia tour for 3 months. But after 2 or 3 times we met, we planned to travel to beach for few days. Before we travel together, he went to other city for a week and we kept texting and planning to visit the beach together.

It was really amazing chemistry that we had which he also said often that we have lot of chemistry. We had very great time in bed. His excuse is it is not fair for both of us to tie with relationship, so that I can date with others. He seriously wanted me to visit US and asked to get visa since he left from our country. On the other hand, he is really care about me and even determined more than my past boyfriends who are geographically close and same citizen.

So, negative sense always came into my mind that this guy will never commit me and is it right decision to visit him!! Hoping to get your positive ideas and some inspirational words. Love, Ei.

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Hi Ei, thanks for reaching out and sharing your story. My advice would be to go to America and spend time with him, and see what happens after that. Go and have fun, and when you spend time with him there, if your chemistry is still there, then start having conversations about how to make a relationship work. How long are you moving for? If it is only for a year, or only to study for a few years where you could return home and see each other on holidays, a long distance relationship can definitely work if you both want it to.

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I think it really comes down to convincing her that a long distance relationship can be done, and that you want to do it to stay together. I am really happy for you. Me and my boyfriend have been doing long distance for 1 and a half year now.

We broke up twice but we got back together again. We have about 10 more month to go before we can live in the same city again.

I really hope we can make it through. Thankyou Svet! And thankyou for sharing your experience.

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You are absolutely right -you cannot let the frustration, impatience and sadness win. Thank you for sharing your story Megan,Well i am going through the same phase now. M just hoping for the best for us. Hi Shruti, thankyou for sharing your story. Mike and I had a pretty large time difference between us too, from Australia to the United States, so I completely understand that.


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We would set aside specific times each day that we knew we would call, so it made it easier to get into a routine. Megan, I loved your story! My boyfriend broke up with me after a three year relationship, very out of the blue. In a bid to retain some normality to my life, I decided to go on a overseas trip around Bali with my girlfriends. We spent five days together. He is amazing, and we get along really well, and have similar interests. We even talked about meeting up again. Thus, we exchanged phone numbers and talked on Skype while he continued to travel around Bali and I went back home to Australia.

My feelings for him have grown so much more since being back, and we talk on Skype almost every night for 2 hours easy. He was in a bad state mentally when we broke up, and is much better now. He hates how he made me feel, and now wants to see the world with me. So long story sorry, very long short, I need to book flights to decide whether to go over to Norway and see him again, and risk it not working out at all. OR stay in Australia with my ex who is determined to make it work.

I have a week to think about this…. I should also clear this up- I am 21 years old and currently in my third year at University studying a Bachelor of Laws. Hi Liz, thanks for reaching out.