Live far apartVisitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Hi i wanted to hear your opinion about my situation! Last summer during 2002 i went camping with my family over 4th of july weekend i met a guy that really made an impact on me! it felt like it was fate/destiny! he was as into me as i was into him! the only problem was that we currently both were in a relationship with another person at the time, and we lived 2 hours apart! although it was hard for us to hold back on our feelings because we wanted to still be as loyal as we could to our current boyfriend/girlfriend we still had an amazing connection! i feel like God had us meet for a reason.... it's been 9 months since we'v seen eachother and i'm no longer in that previous relationship and neither is he! we still talk through emails and on the phone every once and a while! it's been especially hard because theres other people at our school we can date! but because we still have those thoughts about the summer it's hard for us to go on! i want to consider having a long distance relationship with him, but then i dont know if that would be fair to him because i would not want him to miss out on an oppurtunity with another girl that he may feel stronger for! I just know that we both feel so strong for eachother and because were still in highschool we probably couldn't be too serious until after we graduate! I am just not sure what to do! My friends call me a
"helpess romantic" they dont really understand! i'm going with my feelings, and hes going with his! but it's hard because were apart! What do you think we should do?
At some point one or both of you will have access to a car. Two hours isn't a far drive and you could pick up your romance in person. Or perhaps there is a bus or train that you could take right now and spend the day together. Try to overcome the distance. I agree you should go with your feelings.
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