Post # 1
I can’t deal with it 🙁 I just want to cry all the time. Fiance and I are longdistance while i’m away at school and it kills me every time i have to leve him. It’s harder when I got back to school in the fall because I’m able to spend 3 months during the summer with him everyday. I also get a month with him for winter break. I’m so broken when I have to leave him. I live for the times I get to see him, and as a result my social life at school suffers but honestly I don’t care. I’d rather skype for a few hours on a friday night than go to a party with my friends.
how do other LDR bees handle going a month or two without seeing you FI? I really need some help.
Post # 3
HUGS! I am so sorry 🙁 this is hard. I’ve gone weeks without seeing FH but thank God I see him this weekend. It’s different for every couple. Some like to set aside time to talk, others are ok with talking on the run.
It gets easier! At least that’s what they tell me. But I understand. I cry nearly every day, too. 🙁 Just know you are not alone! Hang in there.
Post # 4
i’ve done the long distance thing before so i know it sucks. it might sound contradictory, but i really think you need to go out with friends and surround yourself with good people. if you’re just sitting at home and thinking about it all the time, the distance/time apart will seem longer. i’m not saying to talk to your Fiance less, but just don’t give up your social life to sit in front of your computer. just my opinion.
Post # 5
@SimplyChic11:thank you! i’m glad you get to see him soon!
@meggyo: um thanks…i agree that having a full schedule makes the days go by fster
I guess i meant that i don’t do the normal college drinking/partying/clubbing. I don’t just sit around all day, I do have a busy schedule of school,work, and extracurriculars. at the moment when i first head back, it’s more difficult because i’m not working until next week, no assignments, and i have a four day labor day break (i don’t have friday classses) where most of my north eastern classmates get to go home and i don’t