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Distance shouldn't stop you. If you really want someone, You'll make it work.If it goes long term. Virtual world Anyone can meet anyone world wide goes long term or real.I know not everyone may be in to it but some do.

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4 hours ago, Dreamerra said:

Distance shouldn't stop you. If you really want someone, You'll make it work.If it goes long term. Virtual world Anyone can meet anyone world wide goes long term or real.I know not everyone may be in to it but some do.

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yes i know ....but she has to pay the bus ticket cuz im just way to poor 

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If we had a teleport like second life but you know what we all connect in second life Making friends or find love.

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Just now, Dreamerra said:

If we had a teleport like second life but you know what we all connect in second life.

Or if we could just say: "Beam me up Scottie!"

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I found out 9 to 10 hrs apart ( time zones) made it very difficult on the relationship. So, I won't try that again, I think 5 hrs could work. Depends on the RL hours one has to work or can be

free to be in world. Just my experience .

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On 9/16/2018 at 11:42 AM, Dreamerra said:

Distance shouldn't stop you. If you really want someone, You'll make it work.

This totally depends on the people involved.  Some people need far more physical contact than others.  If you are the type of person that needs a lot of physical contact, then distance is a problem -- unless you are wealthy enough to be able to travel a lot and the rest of your life allows such.

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4 minutes ago, LittleMe Jewell said:

This totally depends on the people involved.  Some people need far more physical contact than others.  If you are the type of person that needs a lot of physical contact, then distance is a problem -- unless you are wealthy enough to be able to travel a lot and the rest of your life allows such.

Honestly what's the point of a long distance relationship if the end plan isn't to be together in RL at some date in the future?

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1 minute ago, Phorumities said:

Honestly what's the point of a long distance relationship if the end plan isn't to be together in RL at some date in the future?

Yes, but how long into the future?  Some people deceive themselves about that, thinking that one or the other will move much sooner that it will likely happen - which is probably a bigger reason why so many long distance relationships have problems.

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1 minute ago, LittleMe Jewell said:

Yes, but how long into the future?  Some people deceive themselves about that, thinking that one or the other will move much sooner that it will likely happen - which is probably a bigger reason why so many long distance relationships have problems.

They need to have an honest discussion, about it I guess. I couldn't see waiting years and years to be together though.

You'd end up spending your whole life waiting for that magical day you'd be together for good.

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5 minutes ago, Phorumities said:

They need to have an honest discussion, about it I guess. I couldn't see waiting years and years to be together though.

You'd end up spending your whole life waiting for that magical day you'd be together for good.

Most definitely, but we know it happens.  Think about all the women that have affairs with married men and they are totally sure that he is going to leave said wife someday to be with them, someday when all the planets align just right or something.  People in relationships often do crazy things.

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   I know people's minds have polarized like silly in the past decade of social media where the extreme appears the norm, where hive mentality can only see black and white - but come on. Whether a relationship, long-distance or not, will work out is entirely up to those involved. And what does it even mean for a relationship to 'work'? Happiness 'till death do you part? Not all relationships are meant to start with love at first sight and end with Shakespearean tragedy. I've been in many relationships - obviously, being single and alive, none of them lasted throughout my life. Does that mean I consider every relationship a failure? Of course not. Sometimes it was circumstance, sometimes it was me, sometimes it was her - usually it was a little bit of everything - sometimes it has cost me some heartache, and sometimes it has instead provided me with friendship. 

   And stop even searching for some 'ultimate, universal truth' in these things - you won't find one no matter how well you shake ancient philosophers and modern lovey-dovey meme quotes. This is LIFE, whether second or first, you can't live by a singular quote or statement no matter how brainy (usually 'pathetic') it reads. 

   'But what is truth, not easy to define - we both have truths, is yours the same as mine?' (Pontus Pilate in Jesus Christ Superstar - because sometimes when you argue -against- something, you have to wield that something against those silly enough to believe in it).

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