It’s no secret that maintaining a relationship takes hard work and dedication from both parties.
But, when a couple lives hundreds or thousands of miles apart, keeping a romance going becomes even more difficult.
He isn’t a fan of the long-distance situation at all, and he has a young child from a previous relationship, which isn’t conducive to him moving to Texas to be with me — understandable, for sure. We have gone from talking, texting and having Face Time dates every single day to only a few days a week. Ultimately, in a perfect world, I want to be in a committed relationship with Nick.
I love Tennessee, and Nick and I have talked about me moving out there to be closer to him. I’ve been a single woman for almost four years now, and Nick has been single for a year. ” question, he said we can make it “official” when/if I move out to Tennessee. But…Around month four of talking and getting to know each other, I caught him referring to me as his “good friend” to his friends and family, and he has also referred to me as his “good friend” to me as well. He has openly admitted that he’s scared of how strong our connection is and that he does have trust issues from previous relationships. I understand these things take time, but is there a future? He’s a good guy with a good heart — I just need answers!
Let’s call this secret guy language “manspeak.” Men don’t always say what they mean and sometimes they say what they mean, but […] Are you sick of your man telling lies all the time?
It means I'm always trying to improve and make things better. The only way that I have discovered that men and women are alike is in our core desire.
A desire to be loved, a desire to be accepted exactly the way that we are.
He lies so easily about trivial things that you start to wonder if he lies about […] Emotional attraction is far more powerful than physical attraction when it comes to a lasting relationship.
It’s what makes a man fall in love and feel like you’re the only one for him.
According to the Center for the Study of Long-Distance Relationships (who knew such a thing existed?!