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How Long Can You Hold On For A Lover?

How long can you hold on for a lover or is it how long should one hold on for a lover. If one has been separated from his/her love by time and space. The time being three years and the space being across the seas, oceans, i mean. Telephone tries to bridge the gap though but you know, it can not be exactly like being together. Can love be kept waiting?

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If I really find Love and see d same kinda commitment from my partner, Honestly, I could be at it 4 a long while,

3-5 years??

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I PERSONALLY DO NOT BELIEVE IN LONG DISTANCE RELATIONNSHIP,

CAN'T DO IT AT ALL

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If we both are seriously committed to it then i can wait indefinitely. Of course each shld be ready to make sacrifices . . .

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All i can say is that true love always finds a way to reconnect.

I truly have to be in love with that person and we have to have some serious level of commitment.

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well, it depends on the kind of relationship you are talking about. Like someone said, if it is just an undefined relationship, I will wait for you until you board the plane to go, but if it is a serious relationship which might lead to marriage, and we maintain contact and all that, by all means, yes, I will wait for as long as you want me to, faithfully too.

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u can neva compare phone calls to physically being with ur lover.

distance just does not work pple. . . get in ur heads!

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Don't know how long is too long or too late. .

Personally i don't do long distance. . .not for!

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It depends on the lover, & depends on the time.

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Hmm, this sounds like the beginning of the end.

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Hmmm.

Well, the first would be if wanted to be a fully monagamous relationship. If we both wanted to be together, I would want us to discuss how frequently we would be in contact, what means, how often we will try and visit each other.

If we still wanted to be together but weren't sure when would be in the same place then, I would be open to casually dating other people (NOT SAYING HAVING SEX), but keeping each other in the loop.

I don't know. I think if both parties are sure that they want to make it, than they will but putting crazy expectations that may or may not be realistic concerning the circumstances may lead to failure.

If we are going to be seperated for a few months up to a year, that's one thing. But if it goes beyond that and we still aren't talking about us moving to be with one another than I think I would be more open to us being together but if someone else strikes our fancy we can go out with them.

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Hmm, parameters! Good. So what are the likely parameters that could sustain a relationship from a distance and guarantee that there wont be any disappointments?

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If I had a good reason to wait and so did the person I would BUT we would have to discuss the exact parameters of our relationship.

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Hmm, but what of telephone, chat and all that?

Are you saying "no telephone can take the place of your smiles"

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Out of sight is out of mind!

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It depends on how much trust and love you people share. If it's strong like walls of Jericho, too bad but if it's strong like the great walls of China then the waiting can be long. Both parties must share the same strong feelings though. But then we don't know how long is long.

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No love across the borders.

Time is a one barrier . . how much more the distance.

u can't hold on forever or for too long. One has to move on thru life and not let life and time overtake u.

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Bros, i don yan u na, i no fit answer that quest.

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. . . i will be back l8r.

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How long is too long?

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if it is too long, it become too late

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If her love for me looks true, I trust her,and she reciprocates.then she's worth waiting for

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