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Long Distance Relationship
I have been in a long distance relationship for a year and a half now. I meet my boyfriend at work. I knew him a year before we starting dating, and then a month after we started dating he went away to college. We e-mailed everyday, called each other once a week, and visited each other about every two months.
The point in our relationship was hard, considering we hardly knew each other and we were both new at this. When he came back for the summer I was so happy that we were finally going to spend some time together, but little did I know that this would only be the beginning of an even greater task. Moises, my boyfriend, didn't do so good in his freshmen year in college so he had to move even further away to live with his brother in Atlanta,GA. I was upset and we fought about it, but he insisted that this was the only way. He couldn't stay in Pennsylvania because none of his family was living here, and I couldn't go with him since my college was in PA.
We never really resolved him leaving, but he still left. He told me that if the relationship would ever end he woul know it was his fault for leaving me here by myself. He also said "What kind of man would leave his women in another state." Obviously him! I'm still not happy with the situation, and I don't think I ever will be. He now loves it in Atlanta, and doesn't think he'll ever leave. He's building a life for himself down there and expects me to go there when I finish school in two years. I know it would be a great opportunity for me to start off my career, but I don't know if I could ever leave my life as I know it. I have my friends and my family here. I love Moises greatly, and I want things too work out, but I don't know how to anymore. Every time I see him it's as if I don't know him. We do great while talking on the phone, but we don't know how to bring our worlds together. I know he loves me and I know he's planning on marrying me as soon as I finish school.
If someone were to ask me if they should get involved in a LDR, I would tell them not to. It's painful, and depressing! A person needs too feel loved and have the attention they need everyday. I have thought of giving up my life in PA and running away to Atlanta, but would that be what I really want. I'd be giving up my college career I'd always dreamed of and my family and friends would become my new LDR. I've had wonderful times with Moises, but the distance is hurting our relationship.
I don't know how too cope with it anymore. I also wonder if I'm wasting my time on the wrong person. If he really loved me don't you think he would find away for us to be together, especially since he's the one who put us in this predicament. I could handle him being away at college and seeing him during breaks and the summer, but not this.
I hope our story has a happy ending, and maybe we'll both come to terms and figure something out that we both agree on. I'll read your book and see if I can find something too help me in the next two years.
Jennifer from Pennsylvania, USA
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