” I believe in the immeasurable power of love; that true love can endure any circumstance and reach across any distance.”-Steve Maraboli
Many of us are engaging this kind of relationship and also, I’m one who is engaging this kind of relationship so that I make a blog that I can call LDR. This kind of relationship is not easy to accept but like me I should accept it when those days came to us and I assume this as challenging our relationship.
My bf and I are no strangers to a long-distance relationship and through trial and error. We figured out how to make our long-distance relationship work. We met on a dating site two years ago. We started chatting after that then a lot of Skype calls. We just fell in love after a few months as we started chatting online. And it grew more from the time we met in person.
He decided to come to the Philippines after a year of chatting. We were together for two weeks before he had to go back to his country.
The first time I dropped my bf at the airport was very emotional because I don’t know when I will see him again. Before he went through security he turned around and gave me a final hug goodbye.
We did long distance for two years now. It wasn’t easy. There were a lot of Skype and Viber messages and flights back and forth for visits.
We did long distance for two years now. It wasn’t easy. There were a lot of skype and Viber messages and flights back and forth for visits.
Now, we are engaged!
Long-distance relationships are emotionally challenging and it needs a lot of patience and understanding, but if you can make it, they are also worth it.
Waiting is a sign of true love and patience. Anyone can say I love you, but not everyone can wait and prove its true.
By: Joy Mana-ay