secksmuhsheen-deactivated201108 said: do you and your boyfriend ever have tiny insignificant fights? knowing LDR's aren't easy, i'm sure you do. but my boyfriend and i fight more than usual, and i don'[t know what to do..
In my experience it kind of comes and goes. And that is true for any relationship, not just LDRs. You’ll probably find that there are a few weeks where things are blissful and then a few weeks where its like you’re kind of at each other’s throats over the smallest things.
Unfortunately, with LDRs where most conversation is done online, it leaves alot of room for things to be misinterpreted; which leads to fights. My boyfriend and I have had similar periods where it seems like at least once a day we fight over something.
Try and step back and look at the situation objectively. What is it that is making the two of you fight? Do your best to discuss it rationally. It is very possible that your fighting is just the manifestation of the frustrations you feel from being apart. I know that it is very difficult but the next time you feel a fight approaching, try and take a deep breath. Remind yourself that this is the person that you love.
You’re never going to find a relationship that doesn’t have rough patches. And the sheer fact that the two of you are working through the distance is a great testament to your love. It is only when those rough patches outweigh and outshine the good times that you should perhaps rethink things. I wouldn’t worry too much if I were you. Try to relax and focus on the good things. I’m sure things will be back on track soon. Let me know how it goes!
9:31 pm • 8 May 2011 • 6 notes
xgirlygirlvzlax said: You have no idea how healing this blog is to me, especially right now that I'm a bit sad.It's soo true, no one can really understand a long distance relationship unless they are involved in one. My boyfriend lives in Australia and I live in Venezuela so this blog is literally talking to me hehe. Beautiful! I love it. :)
I’m glad that it made you feel a bit better. :)
If you ever need to talk, don’t hesitate!
1:33 am • 8 May 2011 • 1 note
long distance relationships ..
long distance relationships are the purest test of love. if you can love someone on the other side of the world and still trust them, you’ve already got what alot of ‘real relationships’ dont. and the fact that you can give up whatever you have to or want to do just to…
10:36 pm • 7 May 2011 • 6,591 notes
“Fuck the miles. Fuck them. I’ll be here and you’ll be there and we’ll be long distance. Because I’m crazy about you”.
2:11 pm • 7 May 2011 • 34 notes
wisespookysheet said: What an inspiring story!
I love how though most LDRs have similar basis, they're all unique. And I never knew how unique each online-met LDR could be. I mean, I'm not sure. They're just so inspiring.
I found your blog while searching "long distance relationships," a search I do once or twice a month.. I'm glad I found yours. You give me hope for my relationship. Granted, my boyfriend and I were friends for a little over a year before we started dating, but still. That reassurance that it is hard, but it's totally worth it.
I'm not really sure how to express myself to you, but thanks. Thanks for giving me another source of hope and support to follow :)
Thank you! Callum and I had a good two years as close friends before we became a couple as well. I feel like having that established friendship first will give you such a strong foundation upon which to build a relationship, long distance or not. It is wonderful that the two of you started out friends, I believe.
I’m so happy you liked it and never hesitate if you need to rant to someone! :)
2:07 pm • 7 May 2011 • 1 note