Long Term Relationship

  • qsanchie

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    Feb 07, 2015 9:02 AM GMT
    Do any one believe in long term relationship? Do they exists?
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    Feb 07, 2015 2:00 PM GMT
    14, going on 15 years here...so yes and yes.
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    Feb 07, 2015 9:17 PM GMT
    Yes, approaching 5 years here.
  • Apparition

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    Feb 08, 2015 2:59 AM GMT
    JUST DID 12, now on 2
  • Peterluke

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    Feb 08, 2015 3:45 PM GMT
    I had one, the next one maybe in my next life. I'm not ready to compromise or lowering my standards. Well, it's easier to get a relationship if you agree with everything the guy says, but I don't want to have this kind of relationship. Gay men are so dramatic that it's hard to get a relationship with them. I can say that cuz most will agree with me. I know it's harsh but it's the truth. So yes, you can have a relationship if a toxic relationship is what you are looking for....
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    Feb 08, 2015 7:56 PM GMT
    Rather strange question.Of course.My Fiancée and I will be together 5 years this year and RJ has many couples together much longer.If you want it a LTR is def possible.But you have to know what you want in a partner.
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    Feb 08, 2015 8:52 PM GMT
    Well, 12 years is something. icon_smile.gif mine longest has been 3 years around.

    But, I might break the record someday.
  • bobbobbob

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    Feb 08, 2015 9:42 PM GMT
    They do exist.

    I have 2 friends who met in 1980. They are still together, healthy and active after 34 years.

    My first relationship was 23 years and ended only because of a my lovers death in a car wreck.

    my last was 13 years and ended due to cancer.

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    Feb 08, 2015 10:00 PM GMT
    Long Term Relationships can work out. I know two married couples that are my friends. They have been married for 3 & almost 12 years.
  • Franko0

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    Feb 09, 2015 1:11 PM GMT
    yes, they exist... with a right person
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    Feb 09, 2015 10:31 PM GMT
    They are quite common in the USA and Europe, and Austalia.

    You are in Singapore? An entirely different culture than for most of us. What gaylife or relationships are like there is probably something you would have to find out from someone else who lives there.
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    Feb 10, 2015 12:31 AM GMT
    >Serch profiles

    >>Search profiles for the following text:

    Monogamous Relationship


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  • bobbobbob

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    Feb 10, 2015 3:02 AM GMT
    I'm dissecting Peterluke's comment to show that he is exactly the type person he does not to want to be in a relationship with...

    Read sentence 3. followed by sentence 2.


    Peterluke said

    1.I had one, the next one maybe in my next life.

    2.I'm not ready to compromise or lowering my standards.

    3.Well, it's easier to get a relationship if you agree with everything the guy says, but I don't want to have this kind of relationship.

    4.Gay men are so dramatic that it's hard to get a relationship with them.
    The most dramatic are the ones who pretend they aren't.

    6.I can say that cuz most will agree with me.
    You need to first act people before you speak for them. Otherwise people will believe you to be arrogant and presumptuous

    7.I know it's harsh but it's the truth.
    Have you ever considered turning your critical eye inward to first see the truth within yourself before dwelling on what you believe to be the truth about others?

    8.So yes, you can have a relationship if a toxic relationship is what you are looking for....

    I've lived long enough to have met many guys with your attitude and like of introspection. All of them lived unhappy lives, never compromising, never understanding that there us way more to a relationship than agreeing with everythign the other guy says.

    You have a long way to go before you can be called emotionally mature and stable.

    Good luck getting there and making less enemies than friends.