So this could also belong in the suicide/depression forum but I'm putting it in here cause it also deals with a guy... First off... I am broken I have been broken for a long time now and it seems as time goes on more and more things keep happening to me and just keep cracking me.... But than I met my bf... Its long distance but whenever we talk or skype it's the only time I smile, its the only time I feel happy, and dreaming to be with him is a wonderful dream, but .... Its a dream right? me and him being together struggling to find a way to be with eachother when were hundreds of miles away from eachother... Yeah we can take trips to eachother... Cost a nice buck, sure we can move to the other person and go to college where they live... Also a nice buck and scary... We can wait years and years until were adults with careers and a nice buck ... And its not like he's not waiting for he is worth every second... But is it selfish for me to ask for the only thing that makes life worth a dam thing to be with me here now? ... I believe one day their is an easier way for us to be together but I just want that day to be today... I need him now :/
Hey there, I've moved this over to Why Me? because its more of a rant.
I'm sorry that you two live so far away, that can be really tough. And I completely understand why you're feeling conflicted about this since one or both of you would have to make a big sacrifice in order to see each other in person. Its up to you whether you decide if this relationship is worth it to keep doing, but it might be best to talk to him about this and talk about your future a bit. If you doubt that you'll ever live near each other or see each other for a very long time then it may be worth trying out people who live closer to you instead. Just don't make any decisions right away, my best advice is to just consider these things and communicate with him.
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