ANSWERS: 56
  • yes, i have...and I ended up moving to another state and marrying him!
  • Yes, we lasted a long time...ended up breaking up...and now he may be moving back here so we can get back together.
  • Yes. It wasn't that bad until it was no longer long-term.
  • yes im kinda in one rite now im in college and still dating the same girl from high school its been over two years now and i couldnt have a better relationship wit her
  • Yes, and she got some action every day.
  • I was for almost two years, we were high school sweethearts that went to different colleges. Man her parents hated me... It's a lot more difficult and stressful than a normal relationship - at least it was for me.
  • Yes, and we were very poorly suited to each other. It deteriorated quite quickly.
  • yes, with my ex wife she lives in Saint Lucia and we haven't spoken in 4 years................it's bliss.
  • Yes. I currently am in a long distance relationship with the love of my life. we have been dating over two years. one of which has been long distance. He is in the military and stationed over sea's. Its never easy, but we are both committed to making it work.
  • He's sitting on the couch happily playing X-Box;)
  • It didn't end well, i don't want to talk about it.
  • Yes I have. What happened? Well let me summarize it: It didn't work out.
  • Yep... Met both on the internet... First one was three hours away in Chicago... She visited me once a month or so, and we kept in contact through iming and phone. I didn't go to Chicago enough and basically fell out of love. It ended. The second I met on ICQ (at the time). We messaged, then talked on the phone. She lived 3 hours the OTHER way. She came to visit, and could travel a little more freely than the other. She came up about once-a-month, IMed or phoned every night. She moved up to be with me, and I married her (we're still married.) Sometimes they work and sometimes they don't ... you never know... Just like meeting someone in a bar or restaurant or...
  • Yes. To make a very long story short, it was amazing while it lasted, and although the distance wasn't the principle reason, it ended up not working out.
  • I'm currently in a long-distance relationship. It gets hard, but if you have a good enough friendship (what a relationship is at the bottom line) then you can overcome the distance. It's been a year and a half and I never stopped loviing her for a minute (I'm 14 now btw)
  • Yes, I am in one right now. It only started a day ago. I will see what happens with that.
  • yep. I moved away.
  • Yes mine 5 years Canada/USA.. unfortantly we have had a recent break up .. but I plan on not giving up as anyone knows in LD its a lot of sacrafice Im just not gonna give up that easy. So well see.. u still never know I leave it in Gods hands.
  • Yes, and it didn't end well.
  • it didn't end up working. the other person just started going out with new people where he was living at and forgot about me, but i ended it first
  • Yes. He's in the military stationed overseas, I'm in the US waiting for him to come back. So far, so good. The distance has improved our communication skills, as well as our trust.
  • yes at least two times that i can think of, one relationship it turned out horrible, I was on the by pass heading to go see him and I saw him on his new motorcycle with another chick on the back of it when he said he was suppose to be working...hmm...i wonder how many other times he was suppose to be at work when he wasnt...lol...and the second time we werent too serious then and im actually still with him as of now, but recently i found out that he had his ex at his house alot when we first strated dating...he admitted it of course when i confronted him probably cuz he couldnt deny iy cause he had taken pictures of them with dates on them and i found them when i was cleaning, but i let it go cuz we werent serious then.
  • It didnt work. We only met once, it was nice but eventually faded into nothing. I've also had a few online relationships. They only work on an intelliectual level, especially if the person is too far away (like overseas). I find that friendships can be maintained over distance, but if you are looking for love, you have to be able to travel to help build the relationship and add "realness" to it. If you can't, it will probably just fade away.
  • Yes I have and still kind of...our's was more serious we fell in love in basic and have been seperated ever since (2 years) its hard but we are getting through it and now talking about marriage!
  • Yes, still growing after 14months apart. We have had a few bumps but both of us want to be together so we work it out and end up becoming even closer. I'll be seeing her in 7 months and we both are so excited.
  • I have been in a long distance relationship. He lived in the state next to me but came into town everyother weekend to visit his mom, sister, brother, grandpa, grandma, and myself. Though he and I went through many off and on dating. He'd break up with me saying that he couldn't handle being away from me, then he would get back with me a few days later saying that he couldn't stand not being with me. We were broken up and back together 7 times in the 6 months that we dated. He ended up dumping me and later on I found out he was using me to make my sister, his ex, jellous. Then a day befor my 16th birthday, he had his step mom tell me that he didn't want to be friends with me anymore.
  • yes, I have and still am in one. What happened? We love each other more everyday. My boyfriend and I have been together for 2+ years. It has been a hard and challenging time, but it has been worth it. We are planning on finally being together shortly after I graduate college in December 2008. Can't wait! We have a website: http://www.freewebs.com/pleasewebegyou/alittleaboutus.htm Feel free to ask us any questions you have on the website. We also have an advice section where visitors can offer their own advice.
  • Yes..in one right now..We do LOVE each other but, being from different countries makes it hard. USA/CANADA...I think sometimes we both want to give up but, somehow do not.
  • yes...i lived in cali and he lived in indiana. things worked out and we stayed together for 5 months after he moved (we had been together for 5 months prior to his moving to indiana). it was hard, but we really wanted things to work...unforunatly he ended up finding another girl that was closer to him (he had gone away for college) and so we ended up breaking up. we still talk occasionally though, because we had been such good friends before we started dating.
  • Well my GF moved away (Both 13 at the time) and I was awesome and loving and everything. But recently I found out the bitch cheated on my with 2 guys at once at one point and double-dated a whole bunch and whatever. Complete different side of her I never expected...
  • i'm in one right now and it'll kill ya if you let it just like everything else
  • Yes. Since I was the only one that was spending money to make visits, the distance was a big issue and it's over. Too bad huh!
  • at first it wasnt long distance, he lived a few miles from my house, then he decided he wanted to move to new mexico.. i didnt want to go. We lasted maybe a few weeks after that.. we just grew apart, and never seeing each other took a toll.
  • sort off my boyfriend lived near me for 6 months then had mother issues and moved to live with his dad, miles away like 2 hour train rides away. it lasted anoter 11 months but we was both insecure and we was both working odd shifts and never had a good time to see one another, so it didnt work out, we then wanted to try again and so we did lasted 2 months more lol he then after about 7/8 months he moved back down near me and we tried again but we was both totally different people, and i was with someone else. so he moved back after my rejection. good job as im with that other guy still, ben over 3 years now
  • Yeah, about 5 years....got married...17 years later got divorced...long distance again....very long distance:)
  • Yeah, my bf and I were long distance for 2 years while I was in grad school. It was really hard, but we made it work and visited each other often. The really difficult part came when he finally moved here to my city and things got back to "normal", which is to say, it wasn't as exciting to see him almost every day. When we were only seeing each other every 2-3 weeks it was like a high. I think I got addicted to that high/love-rush feeling. We are still together now after 6 years of dating.
  • I am currently in a long distance relationship, it is my first. I love it! I don't have anyone up my butt 24/7. I miss him very much but when we see each other it's so much better. We appreciate it. I plan and get excited just like in high school but I'm 37. lol I guess when it gets to the both of us we will move closer to each other
  • He cheated on me with a guy, got herpes, and we broke up.
  • yes, it doesn't work.
  • We dated for almost a year was called the perfect couple my many, but we broke up because I was young back then and some people knew they could break me down and they did lots of things happened that i regret and i wish i could take them back because I'm still in love with the person but things are different now, and I dont want to hurt them anymore.
  • im sorta in and out of one at the moment i just have a lot of troubles too deal wiv
  • yes, we were together for 2 years, met in college. I graduated school earlier than him. It took him a year and a halg longer to finish. I stayed for the spring semester and summer to wait around for him. Then I moved away about 5 hours from him, he was in grad school...we made it work for a year an a half by visiting each other every two or three weeks. It was definitely difficult. Sometimes I like to blame gas prices too. We broke up every once in awhile. He stopped coming down when he said he would, and wouldn't tell me until the last minute. it hurt me and broke me down every time. I put up with it forever, then realized, if he loved me so much he would have made the effort to see me, since thats the only way to make it work is to see each other every once in awhile. We talked on the phone everyday, so I'm not sure what happened. I think it just got way too tough. we still talk, and we still miss and love each other, but he needs to finish grad school and doesnt know when he'll be finished. I know I need to go to grad school, and there are no jobs available where he lives that would be suitable in my standards. I'm just waiting around for nothing as of right now since we're not even together. It kills me that we had to end because of that, but we both have our schooling and careers we have to take care of. it's almost not worth it. sometimes i wish we didn't give up. long distance will definitely kill a relationship. BELIEVE ME. I was way optimistic about it, and almost naive. now I realize that it ruined everything. sometimes being an independant woman, and listening to too many outsiders will kill a true love too. I say never move away. or don't even start a long distance relationship unless you see an end in sight to your distance. Only do it if there is a plan. it will never work without a timeline of when you'll be back in the same town. SORRY
  • Yes i have and still am. 4 years and goin strong. texas to ontario, canada isn't THAT far lol ;)
  • yes i have been. it worked fine and ended up being married. its just a matter of constant communication combined with trust and loyalty for each other.
  • Yes, I have been in one for 2.5 years. We have gone back and forth about who is moving. It has def had its ups and downs. Right now it looks like it might be me moving, I am looking into my options.
  • Yes, twice........and the both ended horribly...
  • I have been in two long distance relationships. One worked out, the other didn't.
  • Yes I have I didnt like it I hated it. It didnt work out.
  • im in a long distance relationship of over 3 years now and we see each other every so often but it hurts like hell being in one.have u?
  • I am in a long distance relationship right now, still with her. In the beginning it was very hard because in the so called "honeymoon" stage we were on the phone a lot. Also the feeling gets overwhelming when I do see her and when I am without her I go through a down stage. Staying positive is the key. The hardest part of being in a long distance relationship for me at least is my addiction to cigarettes. When I am with her I don't need one, however if I am away from her I feel that I need one. I tried quitting but it made me miss her more. I know that it sounds like cigarettes and relationship doesn't have anything to do with each other, but for me it does.
  • Have been in long term relationship for 3 years but we broke up it had many reason , but the major was that we could not meet each other.
  • Yes USA-Canada 5 years then he moved to me. He did a lot of the pursue and flying.. I let him take lead if he really wanted the relationship well sure enough fall in great mad love and happy ever after:) hes my best friend were super close two peas in a pod best decision of my life!
  • Yes, and i got burned bad :(
  • Yes, I've been dating him since April 11, 2002. He's from Delaware and I'm from Georgia. Needless to say, we're both still in school, so we visit each other in our hometowns every so often. When we finish school we plan moving near each other. That should be in a couple of years from now.
  • I have... Two break-ups.
  • Yes, When I was 19 I met a young lady who lived in Quebec, Canada. She was my first love. I enjoyed my time with her. I was seeing her for three years, exclusively. She was a good girl. I would drive to Quebec every month to see her and would spend a week in the summer with her. Everything was fine. Three years into it she told me she had been making out with a Colombian sailor. Nothing huge, really. Just once, but the problem was it had been so hard not to see her like it had been. I over-reacted and put an end to the relationship. Ironically I ended up with a Colombian girl shortly afterward. Damned Colombians.

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