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Do we have a hope of making this work?

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Question - (18 May 2017) 2 Answers - (Newest, 22 May 2017)
A female United Kingdom age 18-21, anonymous writes:

Hello. I've been speaking to this guy since February but only been dating him since April.

He lives 2 hours away from me but I went to uni' close to him. I have finished uni' now.

We spent a lot of time together in the month that we dated but we haven't progressed to anything more because I'm going travelling for two months

We know it's going to be hard while I'm away, and when I'm home, as I live 2 hours away from him but we really like each other and we want to make this work.

Do long distance relationships work or am I in too deep?

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A female reader, TheRealMorningStar Canada +, writes (22 May 2017):

TheRealMorningStar agony auntGood for you finishing uni'. I know what you mean when you say that you are 'dating'... it's not serious, he doesn't really say you're his GF but you are sleeping together, you go out and do fun stuff. When you're? not commuting that is. I have to be honest here...2 hours is nothing when it comes to what your heart, and head, wants not to mention needs.

If you haven't had the 'serious' talk, do it now. You are going on a trip, you are young, Summer is here which means babes, parties and hot sweaty nights...and Summer romances. Can he go on the trip with you? It could be the perfect opportunity for you guys. If that hasn't come up, with him, because I know you've though it, then that could help sway your decision.

All you can do is, communicate. Trust me, it will work for every situation...even if it's hard to say at first.

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A female reader, aunt honesty Ireland + , writes (19 May 2017):

aunt honesty agony auntThey can work, but they are difficult. If you are both wanting it to work then it will. However I will say if things are not progressing as it is then it might not work out for you.

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