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Hate me if you must, but LDRs are not real relationships. What they are are fabrications of relationships, because what you two have exists only in the online world, the virtual world. Words are nothing without action, but with the distance between you two, any and almost all action is impossible. So you make up for this impossibility with words, but words only tell and do nothing in showing the person on the I hate long distance relationships side of the world what and how you feel.
You keep sending long messages to each other until you see that words never make up for physical absence. I trust him. It aged and matured me far beyond what someone my age then should feel. I put all my trust in him, with the highest risk of it being betrayed. LDRs ask for too much from you, and personally, I think nothing that hopeless deserves anything from anyone. I left Skype on for 2 days once. My boyfriend and I treated it as if we were living together. We had breakfast, lunch, and dinner together.
We even played UNO. We had pillow talk. Then did that all over again. Instead of being with my friends and my family who were real and actually there, I spent all my time in the virtual world with my boyfriend because that was the only world where we could be together, and he was all that mattered to me. Everything and everyone else lost value to me. It felt like we were making the best out of our shitty situation, but it was just a mask we put on to continue the act of pretend happiness. Well, what can you do?
The person you love is half a world away, but you love him or herso you stay in the relationship. And most of the time, you actually are able to I hate long distance relationships it out of the challenges together. You tire of writing letters and s. You tire of waking up from your fantasy dream land where you and your ificant other fall asleep together, to the reality of the unoccupied space on the other side of your bed. Admit it. There are times when you cry out of nowhere because you feel so fucking lonely. You sometimes get lost in your video calls and touch your laptop screen thinking you might be able to feel the warmth of his or her face.
And it makes you feel like shit. Any relationship that makes you feel as miserable, helpless, and eventually hopeless as a LDR does is not a good or healthy relationship. It kills to hear this, but I think it kills because you know that it really is not worth it to keep up a relationship that has no hope of being anything real anytime soon.
Why do you keep up the relationship? Look, I really hope that long distance relationships could work out, but the harsh reality is that they most often do not. Again, to all of you in LDRs right now, my condolences to you. These words are for us all. Beyond Worthyby Jacqueline Whitney. You may unsubscribe at any time. My condolences to all of you. More From Thought Catalog. Get our newsletter every Friday! You're in! See you Friday. Follow Thought Catalog.I hate long distance relationships
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