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Should we be in long distance relationship?


At some point, couples who are in long distance relationship get frustrated due to complications caused by long distance. Does it worth to be in LDR? How can you overcome those complications?

 

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    Sandeep Rathore (sandeep15r) 2 years ago

    Abosulety agree! if there is no time line to be together, one person is more likely to call it off. Thanks for such a wonderful answer.

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    Sandeep Rathore (sandeep15r) 2 years ago

    But what if two persons are synced very well? I have seen many couples who are staying together and quarrelling all the time. They say, " if you can make it in long distance, you can make it through the worst." Though, for me, LDR itself is the worst

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    Sandeep Rathore (sandeep15r) 2 years ago

    Yes, Aime, the timeline is a must. Without it, one will certainly quit. Sometimes, it feels really frustrating in LDR When the couples have all the complications of being in a relationship, but don't have the joy of being together.