Dan Jenkins wrote:Long distance hasn't worked for me in the past because I disliked the way spending time together had to be planned. It's so much nicer to share time on short notice/spontaneously, I just find it more relaxed and a better atmosphere mostly. When I was only seeing a girl a couple of days a month it almost felt like pressure to use the time well and not waste it (which should be a given all the time I know hehe) and it was unpleasant.
I have tried long distance.
First an hour away
Second in london.
Neither worked because I like to do things spare of the moment and go to random gigs and stuff. If your planning to meet someone it sort of stops that. I remember planning to see the guy in swansea and knowing that my mates were going out in cardiff and wanting to be with them more.
I think it would work if you already have an established relationship as you already know eachother and have had the cuddly moments. When starting to know someone I like the cuddle moments, the random meetings, the lunch dates and that's hard if you live far away. But alas no-one in cardiff likes me so I surpose long distance it better than nothing
Plus one guy wanted me to stop seeing my mates to see him. Now call me selfish but I would never isolate myself in a couple and ignore my friends. I have mates that do that and am understanding but sometimes it sucks when they don't contact you for months then as soon as they break up they can't get enough of me.
Ohh I sound so bitter
I am not- I love it when people get together- love can be so sweet (ahhh ruined my hard core gothic image!!)
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