How hard to both partner a long distance relationship?
Who has more temptation around? A man or a woman? How to hold on to this kind of relationship?
When a person is truly "in love" there's very little "temptation".
However long distance relationships were meant to be temporary!
The goal is to be with the person you love.
Countless high school lovers go away to college believing they're going to maintain a long distance relationship for the next 4-6 years until they get their degree. A large percentage of them barely make it through a semester or two of just going to classes, studying, and staying in their dorm.
At some point they're going to make friends, socialize, attend sporting events, possibly join a fraternity or sorority, go to dances and parties...etc Start enjoying life with those on campus.
Essentially they were too immature to realize how unrealistic they were to believe they could maintain a LDR for 4-6 years during their teens and 20s.
If there is no "light at the end of the tunnel" whereby someone plans to relocate then eventually people begin to drift apart.
It's the counting down of the months, weeks, and days until a couple is finally done with the inconvenience of being in a LDR that keeps it strong!
The only reason for being in a LDR is because you believe he/she is "the one"! If you're just passing the time "dating" you may as well do that locally. One man's opinion!
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