Long Distance Love - She Gave Up
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
For the last 3 years, I have been involved in a relationship with a girl that I love very much. But for the last two of the three years we have been separated by about 60 miles. That of course caused fights and limited time to see each other.
Recently she decided that she wanted to try being single, but that is the last thing that I want. I cant stop thinking about her and want to be with her very badly. What can I do to get her back or just get her out of my head?
Long distance relationships are VERY hard and take a lot of time and effort by both people. Most simply don't work. But I have to say that 60 miles hardly qualifies for long distance! A lot of people drive that much every day just to get to work. You guys should be able to see each other pretty much just as often as any other dating couple does, if you wanted to.
I have a lot of advice on long distance dating here -
maybe with the holidays you can make a new effort and tell her that you are willing to put in more effort to talk daily and to see each other every few days. Maybe if she sees that, she will not feel as lonely as apparently she has been.
-- from Jenn
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com