Dec 02, 2007 4:39 AM GMT
ok, just looking to generate some enlightening discussion on this one, see where it goes. with all the online interactive sites and stuff out there, i think a lot of people are finding ideal guys who don't live near them, and if there's no one near them worth dating (as in cincinnati), they pursue the long-distance option. is there a trick to them? to making them really work? any advice on communication- particularly when differing personality types cause one to value it more than the other? lots of long distance relationships work- i know people who have made them work, and then there are wartime stories of soldiers away from their lovers for long periods of time- what keeps things going? i know i personally get needy and tend to nit-pick about stuff, since i get frustrated at the distance- but if the guys' REALLY worth it- a genuine keeper- what's the best tactical approach to pursuing him long distance? i'm really looking for constructive advice and discussion here (adamant opposition to the very idea of a meaningful LDR aside).