I am in a relationship with a fantastic guy and i'm totally in love with him. He is the guy I want to spend the rest of my life with. I suppose u'l b wondering why I'm asking for advice, seen as we'r so happy. The thing is, he recently moved down south and he is too far away to visit. I talk to him everyday but its not the same. I cnt stop thinking about him and he feels the same way. It making me resent my parents because they won't let me visit in the holidays. I'm gona go crazy soon if i don't see him. I'm getting to the point where i want to run away, but i don't want to give up school b4 my GCSE's and as an A* student it wud b totally unexpected. It's so difficult wen I see my friends with their bf's hugging and kissing and stuff. I'd do anything to spend a full day wiv him like we used to. Finding another guy is not an option...I'd die for this guy. Everyone notices the difference when I haven't spoken to him for a while...i go all moody and shout at everyone. He is going into year 13 so it won't b long b4 he goes to university...so then i cn see him every weekend. But i think if i don't see him b4 then, then my GCSE's will b affected. My minds really messed up...I'd really appreciate ur help. My parents are totally unsupportive...even tho we'v been goin out ovr a yr they still think its some kind of phase...i'v gone out wiv my fair share of boys but I'v never felt this way about anyone. What should I do?! :(
Answered by: Markeh Saturday, August 5th , 2006
You'll slowly get used to not seeing him as much, being in a long distance relationship needs alot of work to make it enjoyable for both people. As long as you are both faithful to each other and plan together when you are going to meet then all you can do is bear with it.
When you do meet up you'll be wanting to make the time with him special rather than just seeing each other every day. In some ways it can make a relationship stronger but if its neglected it can ruin them too.