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is distance a big issue?



Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
i met this girl at a New Year's Eve party. she was without the doubt the prettiest girl there. but i was shy and we didnt talk much. turns out she was shy too. however, ever since then we have been talking on Facebook (haha, yes i know). she likes almost every status i post. her and i can talk for hours as well. i can see that she doesnt do this with everyone. our conversations can go on for quite a while and she or i will change the subject to keep a conversation from dying out. i can see that conversations she has with other people dont last as long as ours. she sent me a card in the mail the other day which said she couldnt wait to see me and how she wishes she had talked to me more at the party now that we talk so much online. she also posted an anonymous message in my question box. it said that any girl would be lucky to have me as a boyfriend. i know the message was from her because she is terrible at disguising her writing. some of my friends think she likes me as well and i am starting to believe she may like me too. i really hope so. but the question is can she like me even though she lives an hour away and we have only met face-to-face once? i ask your opinion because i assume you are wiser than my friends. so...what do you think? does she like me? if so, how do i work around the distance?




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From what you say it does appear that she's at the very least interested in you. But I think you already know that Facebook romances die out pretty fast. If you like her a lot then you need to have a face to face relationship. If you drive then a one hour away is nothing, however if you have to be driven an hour by someone else that is a problem. Maybe you can arrange to meet half way. Good luck.

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