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Long Distance Relationship
I had been friends with Jesse since 1998. We worked together at a local store. We started dating the summer of 2000 and that was when the long distance began. We were together for about 2 months before he left. He was going to school 1,000 miles away. Because we had known each other so long we had already fallen in love, but decided that we would stay friends and just see how the year went. He left and we kept in touch talking online and calling each other every so often. I missed him so much and wished that we could be together, because the jealousy just began to be too much when we would see someone else. This jealousy lead to us loosing contact. We didn't talk for almost 2 months. It was absolutely awful! I did not know what to do. I tried calling him, but it hurt so much that I just gave up. Then in May when he returned home he called me and asked if we could get together. From that day we were once again "together."
We spent everyday together that summer and fell even more in love, if that was possible, but then it was time to say goodbye again. This time we decided that we would stay a couple and not see other people. We knew it would be hard, but just couldn't live with the idea of not being with each other and only each other. The first goodbye wasn't so bad, because i could not take him to the airport so by the time i woke I had a call from him saying he was there and safe. Ofcourse I was sad for a few days feeling lonely, but it got better. In these first few months together he decided it would be easier on the both of us if we would only talk every other or every two days. I did not like this idea, but went along doing whatever I could to make him feel better about it. IT WAS AWFUL! The phone calls we did have became like 5 minutes long and were filled with nothing meaning ful. Just a "hello" and "How are ya?" was about all I ever got.
At this time I was very depressed and was about ready to break up with him come Christmas, but luckily we had a really long well needed discussion and realized that we both felt the same. We then decided that we would talk everyday whether it be for 5 minutes to 2 hours. Since we have made this desicion we have been so very happy. The mistrust, jealousy, and insecurness has been diminished emensely. We also now talk about our future together and our plans for each next coming year. These few changes have made the total difference in our relationsip. I couldn't be any happier besides actually being together.
Being in this long distance relationship, i believe has brought us closer than we ever would have been if we had been together. The bond of communication that is made is something that could never be made except through distance and now I wouldn't cahnge it for the world. My one main advice would be to hang in there and never lose touch. Always stay in contact and give a constant reminder that you are there and waiting full of love.
Stacey, Indiana, USA
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