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Long Distance Relationship
I met Marcus around three years ago online. Instantly we got on well, we had some common interests but I think most of all we just "connected." If you had of asked me back then if I thought we would still be together now Im not sure I would have honestly thought so. I mean sure when you lust after someone you would like to believe it is really going to last but how often does that actually occur when the "honeymoon" period ends -especially when you meet that person online. When we fist met, Marcus was living in the US and I was in Australia, since then he has enlisted into the US Navy and is now stationed in Japan, which lucky for me is a little closer to where I live.
In the beginning we couldnt get enough of each other, it was like any normal new relationship -you just want to spend as much time together as possible. Over the last few years we have been on and off but throughout the entire relationship whatever status it was at the time we were always friends and we always cared for one another. It was a positive move for us to go off and be with other people earlier on because our relationship as a result has matured and we both now know this is forever. When I look at him now I know there is not one other person in the world I could love more and I have never felt as loved as I do by him. I am a better person because of him -he balances me out. We both come from pretty different backgrounds and lifestyles so there is always something new to learn even after three years of contact. This has aloud us both to grow as a couple as well as individuals. Long Distance Relationships are hard, perhaps harder than any "normal" relationship but I can see the light at the end of the tunnel, I can see that all of the waiting and the longing for him will pay off. Despite living on different continents we aim to see each other every 4 to 5 months.
Im sure everyone who is in or has even been in a LDR would agree that they have at least once considered it would be easier to date someone from the same town or city as them. When I really think about that though love isnt suppose to be convenient, its suppose to be right and if you find that right person anywhere in the world you should just be thankful it happened to you.
I know the long term plan is for us to be together indefinitely. I dont know where and I dont when but with him it doesnt really matter because when I look into his beautiful brown eyes I can see that everything will work out in the end.
Im not sure if these submissions are only suppose to be love stories but I feel what I have written is the philosophy of what will get me though these next days, weeks, months and even years if that is what the case may be. I have plenty of stories I would love to share but what will help everyone out there reading this is not moments Ive shared with Marcus but ways to get through the moments I dont get to share with him.
Melissa from Australia
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