Well I too am in a long distance relationship! So let me start off sa pamamagitan ng saying it's not easy. Sorry if that was not the response you wanted but it is the truth I'm afraid. BUT! That doesn't mean that it can't work out though. My boyfriend is even in a different time zone so we don't get to talk as much as we would like but every time we do it feels like I fell in pag-ibig with him all over again. And that's really my payo to you,all those special moments you do get to share with each other can only bring you closer. Try and video chat and text message send mga litrato and even short bidyo to each other that's what we do! And let me tell you if you pag-ibig each other enough it does not matter the distance because you will always have one another! :)
well just ask ur self if its right, or make sure the person u pag-ibig is the right person there is creepy people out there. but for ur answer if u pag-ibig him or her never stop loving them and he or she will pag-ibig u back don't give up :D
I don't see why they couldn't, just try to avoid going international. I dated an Irish guy, and it went pretty well until he joined the RIRA and we had an argument about whether or not the IRA's facist-like nationalism is justified. So, the different politics that come with an international relationship can be a problem.
I met my fiance online about five years nakaraan (Here on fanpop, actually) and he still lives a couple of states away. Despite the distance, we have a very stable and rewarding relationship and I wouldn't want to be with anyone else.
A big factor in any relationship, whether it be long distance or not, is building trust, love, and stability with the other person. You have to know the other person well, and they have to know you well.
Secret-keeping should be kept to a minimum and you should be able to confide in the other person and care about them.
Establishing an emotional connection is vital for relationships. After all, why would you want to spend your life with someone you don't really like that much? Luckily, with today's technology, it's not difficult to form strong emotional relationships between distances.
For long distance relationships in particular, trust is absolutely necessary- the reasons why are fairly obvious.
It's also crucial to maintain contact with one another and talk often- not just once or twice a week. It can be easy to forget to communicate when you don't see each other daily. Look into video chatting software such as skype or facetime so you can see your significant other face-to-face (more or less) if you haven't already.
It's also important to visit each other in person if at all possible, again with obvious reason.
In short, a long distance relationship can work out just fine so long as it's a healthy relationship and so long as you want to/have the ability to put forth the required effort.