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Can a man be loyal to you even if your relation is just in chat?

  1. littleauthor101 profile image60
    littleauthor101posted 2 years ago

    Can a man be loyal to you even if your relation is just in chat?

    i know someone who has a boyfriend in chat, she hasn't met him in person and he lives in another country. His really hot, so can I guy really love a girl just in chat?

  2. VationSays profile image81
    VationSaysposted 2 years ago

    He's hot and he's in another country.

    He's only loyal if:
    1. He's a really, really a great guy who is really, really into your friend.
    2. He's hot and has no clue of the power he wields.
    3. He has personal issues that he's not affront with your friend about.

    Blunt truth: there's like a 95% chance that none of the three above are the scenario on the ground. So 95% chance he isn't loyal. But hey, doesn't hurt to hope right?

    1. littleauthor101 profile image60
      littleauthor101posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      But she met the guy on this chat site called kik, the guy has been chatting with  her everday and he has plans for them in the future like he always asks her indirectly if she would marry him. i mean this guy  doesnt even know his hot

    2. VationSays profile image81
      VationSaysposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      They should meet and hang out for a while. That way they can really study each other's personalities, and how they relate to each other. Building a stable relationship will need more than chatting from behind a mobile screen.

  3. Hunter L profile image79
    Hunter Lposted 2 years ago

    I met my girlfriend through a quirky dating site in early February. She lives in Australia and I live in the UK, so we can't really get any further apart. We then started chatting in FB chat, before starting to Skype chat in March time. I loved her very quickly. Couldn't explain it. Not like me at all. I went over and spent May with her... and in three weeks from right now I will be on the plane to go back to spend another 3 months with her. We have big plans, it's all worked out perfectly... so, yes.

    1. littleauthor101 profile image60
      littleauthor101posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      how do you keep the fire in your relationship? i mean dont you get bored sometimes?

    2. Hunter L profile image79
      Hunter Lposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Not at all. We embrace the distance and time because we know that it's just a matter of days really until we see each other again. The world isn't that big.  Having a long term plan helps. We're working towards her coming here for a year or two

    3. littleauthor101 profile image60
      littleauthor101posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      really? wasnt it hard in the beginning of your relationship?

    4. Hunter L profile image79
      Hunter Lposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      No. It just felt right straight away. It shouldn't feel hard no matter what the distance is. As I said, having an actual plan and goals to aim for helps because then you aren't just aimlessly plodding. We're 11,500 miles apart and it works just fine

  4. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 2 years ago

    If they've never met in person she can't be sure she is corresponding with the person she (thinks) she is. Lots of people use photos of models and other people as their profile photo or to send people.
    Hopefully they've used Skype or Google Hangouts and had some face to face time at the very least. Whenever someone is actually "in love" it's easy to be loyal. However when there is not "light at the end of a tunnel" most long distance relationships fade by the way side.
    Long distance relationships are meant to be temporary.
    The goal is to be with the person you love!
    At some point someone has to make a move.
    It's the counting down the months, weeks, and days until a couple is through with the inconvenience of being a long distance relationship that keeps it strong!
    The only reason for staying in a long distance relationship is one believes they have met "the one". If your friend is "seeing someone" for the fun of it she may as well do that locally.

 
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