Stories of successful long distance relationships

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This helps me continue creating travel resources — so thank you! Long distance relationships are hard. We had to decide if 4, miles was not only worth it, but possible. But years later, we are still together. With more and more people in long distance relationships these days, I decided to reach out to some of my fellow bloggers to share their inspiring long distance relationship stories. InI was studying abroad in England for a year, and he was a British student at the same university. We met through mutual friends at a Halloween party and started dating after that.

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A 5 hour time difference is tough for anyone, and at 20 years old, that was a huge commitment. In I moved back to England, where I lived for the next three years, but we were still long distance. Due to visa, healthand career reasons, I decided to move back to the USA in But for the time being, we are taking it one day at a time, and just feel grateful to have each other in our lives! At that point, I had been living in Chile for two and a half years working for a US based startup.

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Octavio, from Venezuela, had been transferred to Santiago for a work asment. We connected right away. Even though our conflicting international travel plans and complicated schedules worked their very hardest to keep us apart, we somehow always found time for each other.

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Shortly after meeting though, Octavio was informed that he was being transferred again, this time to Panama. We had both been in long-distance relationships before, and so we were no strangers to the challenges and complexities that come along with one.

Still, it just seemed to be one of those cliche when you know, you know situations. Our long-distance relationship definitely had its ups and downs. There were times that we lived on separate continents and battled ificant differences in time zones. But throughout it all, we worked really hard to keep our relationship growing in the right direction, to organize creative Facetime date nights and continue getting to know each other.

Eventually we decided to intentionally make the choices that would bring us back together. A year and a half later, and here we are, newly living together in our beloved city of Madrid. We were both new the city and ready for all that London had to offer! We met on a dating app called Hinge one of my favorites because you can filter by height! The date must have lasted seven or eight hours and ended with a magical kiss by the Thames.

I should have known that I was a goner when on our second date he took an Uber across town during his lunch break to find me a vegan Boston cream donut. Somehow, he managed to get the bouncer to let him into the ping pong bar we were meet at with the the donut. It was only a few dates in that we were both head over heels for each other. In May, we decided to take a weekend trip to the Lake District. This was just before I was scheduled to leave. Our story started all the way back in in my home country, Taiwan. At that time, I just started on my first job and like many other fresh graduates, I put my heart and soul into work.

That summer, however, a Canadian friend with whom I went to school in Vancouver paid me a visit. Along with her were her fellow classmates who came for a summer exchange. Among them was my now-husband, Kev. Actually, it was quite the contrary. The turning point actually happened when his friend misdialed my and invited me out. I became his tour guide during his time in Taiwan.

From the trendy XiMenDing district to the old town of Jiufen, we explored many parts of the country and made new memories together. One month had passed and inevitably it was time to say goodbye. I decided to give it a shot even though I was not a big fan of long-distance relationships.

Thanks to modern technology, we were able to fight through 15 hours of time difference. s and Skype kept Stories of successful long distance relationships relationship alive for two solid years. InI made the bold move to relocate in Calgary, Canada — a city I had never visited before. Despite having to deal with some serious culture shock, I am glad we could finally put an end to our long-distance relationship. It was rather fitting to meet in Brussels, one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world.

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I got tired of my job in the European Parliament, perhaps I out grew it, or it was never right for me. So I took off for an adventure in Lebanon. Since then we lived apart on and off for years. Our paths never seemed to cross over. We had no plan for maintaining our long distance relationship. And it fell apart. After one break up and one make up, we eventually took the plunge and got married. We vowed any long distance between us would be temporary only, with a start and an end date.

After graduation, we spent 5 years in a long distance relationship. I stayed in New York to work and go to grad school while he went to Washington state to work on a submarine for the US Navy. He was deployed five times. This was the hardest point in our relationship. But, I knew that if we could get through that, we could get through anything. And we did. We finally got married, and the Navy moved us to Hawaii.

We got to make up for lost time. I was worried it would be difficult for us to go from hardly ever seeing each other to living together, in a new place where neither of us knew anyone. But starting over like that really helped us bond. After a few years, he had to go back on a submarine.

In the military, similar to long distance relationships, the lows can be low but the highs are so high. For me, the high was visiting Nick on a port call in Guam. And there is no better feeling than that homecoming hug.

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Now we live near Washington, DC, with our baby girl, and Nick has no plans to deploy again! We met traveling around Banff, Alberta, Canada. We met up a few times as friends but nothing more happened. He moved back to the UK and we stayed friends.

We were head over heels in love with each other! We made no promises to each other after he left Toronto because we would just be so far apart. I thought maybe it was just a really incredible fling! When he left, we ended up talking all day every day, until one day, we decided to give our relationship a real shot. And the rest is history! We ended up in a long-distance relationship for two years taking turns visiting each other in Toronto and Saigon, and going on vacations in his home in the UK and my home in the Philippines.

I had a boyfriend at the time, and neither of us were interested in each other as anything more than friends. A year passed and we fell out of touch. I arrived ready to start my new job amongst the dense Laotian jungle, fresh from a breakup. After finding out my baggage had been misplaced, a very sweaty me walked through the arrivals doors to a wide-eyed Luke waiting to pick me up and take me to my new digs.

It turns out he had been working in Luang Prabang with the same organization who had hired me. We worked closely together, living in the same house and sharing dinners late at night with one another. Our friendship turned into a relationship. Then, I returned to the U. We continued to be close friends while we were apart. We confided in one another and grew closer despite the physical distance between us.

I booked a ticket and we Stories of successful long distance relationships off to Myanmar, Indonesia, and 28 other countries. Even after that we have had long bouts of distance: me in China and him in the U. For months at a time we were separated and relied on FaceTime dates to keep us feeling connected. He proposed.

Stories of successful long distance relationships

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