long distance strongship

Anonymous said: I'm in a current relationship but I still have feelings for someone who I was in a long distance with and I would drop everything for her but I don't want to hurt the current person 😩 idk what to do

To be extremely honest if you still have feelings for someone, you aren’t ready to be in a new relationship… you should try tell them upfront…
Even if it doesn’t work out with the person you were once in an LDR with. You should wait when you’re ready. Be wise and ask yourself what you truly want, and why did you breakup?

beautiful-destruction2014 said: My GF is in the USAF and we found out she'll be stationed in Florida (where I live) after she finishes Tech school in 3 months. I'm so happy/lucky to know this distance ends soon. Many aren't accepting of me, it's so hard not to share my happiness.

Awww well fudge what others think! I am happy for you :D hope you and her have more wonderful times with each other. Don’t let others bring you down.
Share your happiness amongst you and her that’s the most important thing.
Good luck ^^’ and yes you are very lucky remain happy always x

sociallyawkwardfuck said: I am 100% for ldr. Me and my boyfriend have been friends for two years and we started dating about six months ago. He lived 600 miles away. He asked me to move in with him and I said yes. I've been living with him 3 months now. and this is literally the most healthy and loving relationship I have ever been in. He means the world to me. I'm glad I chose him over the idiots that lived near me.

Awww :’) yeah sometimes that’s all it takes someone far, to be so close to them…

wish you both the very best

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Anonymous said: what is a SO

Significant Other.

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