I'm just a girl who happens to be in love with someone who I never get to be with on a daily basis... and I am okay with it.

 

baseball0214 asked
So I'm in a long distance relationship with a girl but I know she's getting sick of it how can I keep the fire going I love her

You have to fight for her! You have to. I mean as dumb and simple as that sounds you have to fight for her. See fighting for her and to save the relationship shows two things….. first is that no matter what that this is important to you. It shows her that this relationship is as important to her as it is to you! Every girl wants someone to make her feel like she is worth your time and efforts. And two I believe that if you don’t fight for something you believe that is real. Even if you lose you know you tired your hardest! Rather than regretting not doing anymore. If you love her like you say you do. Right for this girl show her that you are worth it and this whole distance thing is nothing and you will beat the distance! Best of luck c:

Remember to Stay Strong. ~LDLT <3

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Anonymous asked
So, it's me again. I'm the girl who's boyfriend left for Navy bootcamp about 17 days ago, but a month before he said it'd be better to just be friends for now and that he currently didn't have feelings, even though things had been perfect up until bootcamp came really close. So lately I haven't been worried too much about him coming back differently, because he promised he'd think about things while he's gone and he promised to message me when he could. So, I've been learning to cope with this &

I’m starting to feel fine except I don’t have that spark anymore. You know, when you think about them and you feel the butterflies, the warmth, all the excitement, y’know? That scares me to death. Because I know I love him and I know I don’t want to lose him. I’m willing to wait for him no matter what, he’s always on my mind along with the whole situation. But it’s so scary to me that I don’t have this spark right now. I mean, it makes sense because ever since we became just friends, we talked less than we ever have before, and of course I wasn’t getting love like I normally would be if we were together (him telling me he loves me, calling me beautiful, spending time with me, making me feel special, etc). so I’m sure being without that has dimmed the spark, and of course all of the worries and fears. I really want to be happy with him again one day but I’m so scared that spark will never come back. I’ve told a few of my friends and they say it’s normal, and that when we start talking again that it will come back. With all the darkness and fears though, I’m so scared that it won’t come back. I really truly do love him, though, my only problem is this no spark thing. What do you think? Advice? Thanks. :) Also I know if all of this hadn’t happened, my spark would for sure still be here. I mean, I was anticipating a lifetime with him, no doubts about my feelings whatsoever. Until we became more distant over time, I started to lose that spark. * Also, if it helps, I can legitimately say I love him, I’m in love with him. I want him for the rest of my life, just not having that spark scares me so much, y’know?*

Sometimes the spark die out. I personally think it is normal, regardless whatever one else said about it. I just think it is a part of life that you hit when you hit reality. I mean the sparks that you are talking about just sounds like you two are in that “cupcake/Honeymoon” Phase where everything is good and everything is nice and such. And after that you hit the reality of things. I mean It isn’t all of a bad thing if you lose some of the sparks. As long as two people work well together. but then again. It could be a bad thing, but seeing how your situation is how he is leaving and he wants to just be friends and all. You are not going to have as much sparks as you us to because now you guys are broken up. Being broken up in this situation lets him kinda just in a way to pull away from like being romantic and such so you are gonna feel a lack in sparks. I’m sure if everything works out and you two end up back together that the sparks will return. I’m glad that he is still trying to talk to you when he gets the time to. c: Best of luck

Remember to Stay Strong. ~LDLT <3

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essentiallycami asked
I'm glad I found your blog. I'm in love with a man over 6,000 miles away, but can still make my heart skip beats, butterflies go crazy, and gets me to blush insanely. He's what gets me through the hard days because I know we're worth fighting for. :)

c: Thanks for following. That is amazing you found someone like that! I hope you guys are doing well! I wish you the best of luck. c:

Remember to Stay Strong. ~LDLT <3

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Anonymous asked
My girlfriend lives in the UK & I live in Australia. Theres 9hrs between us. We've been dating for nearly 3 months but neither of us can travel because of school. We've agreed on Oct 2016 when I finish school.. Will it work? Just so scared :(

I always believe that no matter what if you two are willing to work though this distance thing, if you two are completely committed to each other! Two years is nothing! If you love someone you will be there though the good times and and bad times. Just need a strong working relationship is all. c: I wish you the best of luck!

Remember to Stay Strong. ~LDLT <3

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Anonymous asked
I really love your blog. I've been in love with someone for 3 years that lives on the other-side of the world. The only thing is he has a girlfriend, and he doesn't think of me in that way. We are super close friends and I'm not going to tell him (in risk of ruining the relationship) but it really sucks and I don't think I'll ever be able to get over him...I really just don't know what to do.

I always believed that if you love someone you should just go for it and tell them! I mean worst case is he will say no. Friendships are never really broken now a days over someone liking the other person. I think that if anything you should tell him. The thing is maybe just maybe he feels the same way about you, but never had the guts to say so……………… But here is this other thing he has a girlfriend. I am a strong believer in if you love someone you put their needs above your own… Which in turns means that if you honestly love this boy you should let him be happy. Even if his happiness isn’t with you. And I know how hard it is to watch someone you love… be with someone else. I wish you the best of luck. 

Remember to Stay Strong. ~LDLT <3

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