asked in Love+Relationships by LEGEND (7,630 points) 5 15 39
My partner has been working on another island for the past year. He comes back home for only 4 days a month. How would you deal with a relationship like this?
replied by (150 points) 1 12
Nobody gets in a relationship so they can stay apart from each other.  But life happens!  Love transcends.  Love is what life is all about.  Love doesn't recognize boundary lines.  If you love a person, your love doesn't disappear because there are miles in between.  Men go off to war and leave wives behind.  Should the wife stop loving her husband because there's a long distance between them?  What does distance have to do with true love?
replied by LEGEND (6,077 points) 6 9 22
Long distance relationships have its own ups and downs. And fortunately for me i have been able to experience the both. When i was in distance relationship what i looked forward was the missed feelings that goes with it. In all my distance relationship was well enhanced with constant communication via phone calls. There was this burning desire to meet the one i love again and i earnestly look forward to it because it brings this feeling of freshness into the relationship. I know it is not everyone that can maintain this kind of relationship.

It could be very hard to be far away from the one you love especially if you the type that feels insecure. My final take on the matter is that the both parties involve in the relationship should try as much as possible to trust one another because you cannot say you love someone and you don't trust the person. Love can't thrive in the absence of trust.
replied by VISIONARY (9,003 points) 6 10 19
Staying in touch is the way forward. Use all means available to you to keep in touch. Try to call,text,chat,face time, Skype all the time.Visit him also even if it once monthly and have great time for him anytime he is around.
replied by ELITE (3,642 points) 6 8 14
oLong distance is not easy as you think but as long as ypu trust each other and being open up, you can do it.
replied by VISIONARY (9,003 points) 6 10 19
It isn't easy but it doable keeping the communication line open all the time is the way to go with long distance. Out of sight is becoming out of mind now. 

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I don't like long distance relationship at all. I hate it. As a matter of facts if it happens that my patner is going to be a way from me either for studies or work. I join her or she stays with me otherwise a long distance relationship has 99% chance of breaking. And I wouldn't want to waste my precious time waiting for someone who moved on long ago.In my case I don't prefer long distance relationship and in case situations force it to be I'll fight it.

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