Would You Rather: The Worst Things That Can Happen In A Long Distance Relationship

One thing I’ve learned about long distance relationships is that they have the power to stretch relationships really thin. They can test even the strongest bonds in the most cruel ways, because on top of having to deal with distance, you also have to cope with the fact that things like time difference, lack of physical intimacy, and the possibility of meeting new people can actually jeopardize the relationship. The whole situation is kind of scary to think about.

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However, even though maintaining long distance relationships can be a struggle, that doesn’t always mean it’s impossible. I mean, as long as both parties are committed enough to make things work, they can survive pretty much anything, like getting into huge arguments over the phone or getting advances from other people. Right?

If you’re in a long distance relationship right now and you feel like it’s rock solid, take this poll to see if you could actually survive some of the worst long distance relationship scenarios ever.




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Which of these was the hardest for you to choose? Do you think you could handle these situations? Tell us in the comments below!

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  • EmmaTheEnderGirl

    Hello! My name is Emma! I am 14 years old, and I’ve been in a LDR with my boyfriend for about 7 months now. My parents found out about my LDR about 5 months ago. As soon as we talked, we knew that this was it. This is what we wanted to do. I love him, and he loves me. He listens to my problems, talks to me about his problems, and we like the same things. We both don’t care what people say about our LDR. We’re happy, and that’s all that matters!
    But, lately, I’ve been having a problem. My parents hate my LDR. Absolutely hate it! They think that he’ll abandon me, and that I’ll eventually learn how “wrong” it is to have a LDR with a boy that is the same age as me. But, he’s never abandoned me! Not even once… I wish I could just show my parents how kind and amazing he is to me… He really sees me as a kind girl… and I really see him as a sweet, handsome guy… This just feels so right… How do I show my parents that he’s the one? Please help!

    • EmmaTheEnderGirl

      What I’ve noticed is about 75% of everybody thinks this is wrong, and 25% percent of everyone is 50/50 on it. Me and him have Skyped before, and we really do seem to enjoy our Skype calls. We’ve proven that he really is 14, just like I am. We are both a little more mature for our age, and things really seem to work out for us. You guys are right. He may not be “the one”. But he also might be. There is no way you can really tell. I know people can be blinded by love, but I’ve been cheated on before. He really seems trustworthy, compared to the others (which lasted for about a week).