Since then, we've exchanged messages here and there.Nothing deep, but our conversations are always pleasant and enjoyable. I'm going to be in his city soon and don't know if I should see him. Going from online to meeting someone in real life is nerve-racking -- even if online dating is the new normal.And 20 years later, they are still just as in love. For my own sanity it was important that I didn't give up on doing my own things, always wanting him to be with me.
2) He'll wind up being great and it won't be able to turn into anything because YOU DON'T LIVE IN THE SAME PLACE.
So let yourself be in that sucky moment and know that it will pass."Submitted by sarar48bc9cb2f "Have conversations constantly, about the big things and the little things.
When you do see each other make a point to do mundane things as well as fun, like go grocery shopping together. There are cool apps that allow you to watch Netflix shows in sync with each other (Doctor Who got us through a lot) and Skype is wonderful."Submitted by Molly Jane Sisson "Believe me, after three years of long distance I've come to realize that sometimes you have to go the extra mile.
If I were you, I'd just accept this for what it is: a loneliness bandage for both of you.
Don't wrap yourself up in this fantasy or you'll wind up missing the REAL thing when a guy who actually lives in your hometown wants to be your boyfriend.