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Teen LDR. Should I hold on, or just let go? We're perfect for each other.

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Question - (27 July 2016) 4 Answers - (Newest, 28 July 2016)
A male Syrian Arab Republic age 16-17, anonymous writes:

i'm 16 years old and i met this girl on an online like 4 weeks ago, she needed help so we talked on skype, we kept talking on skype and texting almost everyday.

She's 15 years old, we love the same things, we think the same, we're like soulmates, and a day came when she became nervous and started saying weird stuff just to say "i love you".

I couldn't do anything but saying i love her back (because i actually do), but we live very far away, but luckily, i will travel to where she lives, but in 4 whole years.

I told her about that, she said that it's ok she can wait 4 years, i asked her if she was sure she said 100%, but im afraid that it might take longer than 4 years and i might not even go there.

Here's where i need help, i need to know what to do if i should hold on or just let go, we're perfect for each other, we have the exact same interests, and we love each other.

I dont want to break her heart, i promised that i will never hurt her in any way.

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A reader, anonymous, writes (28 July 2016):

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I think i will go with just being friends for now, i'll see what happens when it's almost time i go there just to make sure if she still has her stand, thanks everyone for the quick help :)

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (27 July 2016):

I would say why not be her friend .. your young single ..she Young and single and if fate and life allow maybe you will met .. but be truthful with her say .. let's be friends first and foremost .. let's just talk laugh cry together share and get to know one another and see where that goes ..

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (27 July 2016):

Yes you are both very young, but i think if you two are right for each other now then just enjoy it for what it is now and just see what happens. You can't plan how life unfolds or who you will meet and what is meant to be, so you have to just enjoy each moment for what it is. As long as you both understand that nothing is ever guaranteed and anything can happen, why not continue enjoying each other's company :)

If it's meant to be it will. If not, at least you will be making lovely memories and you'll no doubt learn lessons from one another about relationships.

I wish you the best :)

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (27 July 2016):

You are so young. To be honest with you, there really isn't a lot of hope. Long distance relationships are really really difficult, even for mature adults and the harsh reality is they rarely work. You will both grow and change so much over the next few years. My advice would be to go live your life and enjoy being young - it flies by so quickly.

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