(Closed) Feeling down

posted 7 years ago in Long Distance Relationships
Post # 3
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2947 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

@Shychick:

My Fi and I were LDR for a long, long time and I went through the same thing (pre-engagement). It gets better, I assure you. Have you talked to him lately?

::hugs::

Post # 4
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1458 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

Aw, I think everyone is having a bad case of the Mondays today! When I was in an LDR (which didn’t work out for many reasons, not just the fact it was an LDR) I would often get like this when we didn’t see each other for a long time. I know it’s hard, but just keep your chin up and hang in there til you see him.. it’s so soon!!! And some pretty exciting things will be happening from the sound of it, so just try to enjoy everything and your relationship now while you can. Things sound like they will be getting much much better in the future 🙂 Hugs to you!

Post # 6
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1444 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

LDR’s are stressful in a whole different kind of way.  I was in one for quite a while before I moved to be with my (now) Darling Husband.  I remember feeling that way too.  You are definitely not alone!  My Darling Husband is in the military…so we’re still apart for long periods of time even though we live in the same state finally.  It is kind of a melancholy “yay that he is coming home” but at the same time…well, so much goes on when they aren’t around that it is almost like getting to know your SO all over again when you reunite.  It is definitely stressful.  I always find myself being afraid to get TOO excited, because I don’t want to be let down if the moment we see each other again isn’t as romantic and wonderful as I had envisioned.

The happy news is…most of that worry and stress melts away for me when I DO see my Darling Husband again.  I’m hoping the same happens for you!  Perhaps you’ve built a kind of wall to keep yourself from getting let down if things don’t go as you hope?  My advice…turn off the wedding shows, try to get the proposal out of your head for a bit, and just take an evening to focus on YOU (a bubble bath, a good book, a funny movie, paint your nails, etc). 

Hugs!

Post # 7
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2947 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

@Shychick: Quite a bit, but seeing him made it all worth it. Every visit is like a mini-vacation. And now he’s coming to propose to you again! Enjoy every minute you’re with him. 🙂

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