Probably if you put both together, they will discover totally two different people, now you are facing the reality. The distance is not so great that the partners cannot visit each other. I've been in a couple of long distance relationships. In my specific case, I don't know that newer technology would have been too helpful, since I think we were always going to grow apart. And the two of you are both putting forth energy and commitment towards achieving an actual relationship.
It would also help to keep things on a more realistic level too. Even if we never made it work in the long term, it would have been worth it a try. Or at least, the morning and the evening. Like others have said, it depends on a number of factors. If you know this is for a year you can pull energy out of the knowledge that someday everything will be different, but if you don't have this finish line in your view, it'll be exhausting and heartcrushing because all you'll ever do is missing each other Nope, they dont work at all.
Personally I know that if I met someone attractive that I liked and liked me and we hit it off and I was in a long term relationship I would want to break up and pursue the girl in front of me. It can get very lonely. But everything else applies for both, trust eachother, make time for eachother, love eachother truly Hear me out. Not being physically with each other and living lives so separated could cause this to be a problem, if one person's life goes on way and causes them to grow a lot and the other's doesn't, etc. But if both of you have their whole beings shouting you're meant to be, you will be meant to be.
I know I have a lot going on. In: Maintaining Relationships through Communication: Relational, Contextual, and Cultural Variations. When you care, you try, and you see. If you're wanting a relationship and fall in love with someone long distance, then that really sucks. But we were also very young. Anyways, I still feel that long distance relationships can work Sometimes. Sweden has a lot of refugees from Syria right now and more are coming all the time.
But they often don't, because no one wants to fight when you see each other in person, which is not healthy overall. But I don't see either of these here. Long distance relationships are easily doable. It gets tough when its time to level up in the relationship if they are not able to move in together. As well, not seeing each other every day can help keep the interest alive. I've gotten some great relationship advice from there.
If it's too long time, you'll grow apart from each other. I just went back to the usa to see my dad boy i missed him. In terms of communication, video or phone are better than emails and text. What will you do with your time alone together? Over time, though, we realized something more was there. It will be a drain and a strain on different levels. There is no way to predict chemistry, or how you will feel upon meeting. I would rather get to know and be with someone on that level than any other.
Said end date is not absurdly far away. By telling them everything that you do and keeping them in the constant loop, you make the communication can become dull and boring. One of the biggest things I've seen in my life is that there aren't a list of people that are compatible with you, and there aren't soul mates or something, just a lot of people all trying to make life work, and just because you found someone on the other end of the world doesn't mean that there isn't one near you as well. Okay, this is cheesy and I 100% fcking agree. Certainly it makes sense not to be reckless and entrust our feelings to people who've proven to us that they can't be trusted -- and we should all be attuned to any self-destructive patterns in our histories. We fell in love over Skype basically, and I think we might not have otherwise.
Long term on a more permanent basis can prove other wise. We've been together 17 years and married for 11 of those. We could hang out with friends without being on our phone, we didn't have to wait around for a video call, we could send a message asynchronously without the pressure of knowing you'd be stuck in a chat for the next few hours. I'm in my 50's now so I'm secure enough not to overthink the small stuff. There are many guys who aren't really into long distance relationships for long.