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#55228 - xxxsonic fanxxx (02/20/2013) [-]
Alright, FJ, I need help.
Basically, I've been in a long distance relationship for a year and a few months now.We haven't been able to see each other very much, but an opportunity for me to go where my boyfriend lives, several states away, for his prom showed up. He told me that he didn't want to go to it. So we aren't going to see each other... He has a history of sort of being ashamed of me, not that he admits it, but its pretty apparent through his actions.
And lately things haven't been going so good, as in we cant talk very well to each other, and things will just drift off, be it over phone or text. everything's just got me worried ;-; That really isn't everything, but I'm trying not to go on a rant. I just need to know what other people would think about things if they were in this situation.
#55282 to #55228 - lolwutdude (02/20/2013) [-]
A year or two ago, I was the guy in a situation that was a lot like this. I met the girl while she lived in my hometown and we stayed together after she left. We were in love and we kept it together for a year and a half, but in the end, the disconnect was just too great. We had our real lives and then we had each other. No matter how close you start out, it's damn near impossible to be anything more than okay when you live hundreds or thousands of miles away from your partner. My advice is to let it go. It will hurt like nothing else, but you will eventually have the pleasure of a intimate physical relationship and get over your boyfriend.
User avatar #55229 to #55228 - winsauceiswin (02/20/2013) [-]
if he's a ashamed of you then leave him; if he is TRULY ashamed of you and shows it then this relationship will never work. I used to be like him i was insecure about who i dated and it comes down to the him caring more about what OTHER PEOPLE think and not what YOU think. trust me, this is not what you need....


source: a lot of relationships where i was the asshole guy
#55268 to #55229 - xxxsonic fanxxx (02/20/2013) [-]
Ive thought the same thing.... I was just hoping that there could be a way to change it, or that it might change once we can actually see each other a lot more, because when we have actually been together it didnt feel like its there, only when we text/talk on the phone, or webcam.
User avatar #55270 to #55268 - winsauceiswin (02/20/2013) [-]
trust me when i say if it doesn't feel right then it isn't. you'll know when you've found the right person, you'll feel more important, more loved, and more unique than you ever have before or ever will. when you're around this person you forget who you constantly pretend to be in public and become an entirely different person and, for the first time in your life, you'll know who the REAL you is.
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