Say Goodbye
Loving From A Distance
by Miss U
3y ago
Dear Miss U, My long distance boyfriend and I have been together for 7 years. The first 5 years were amazing, better than I could have asked for. However, over the last 2 years, something switched. My boyfriend constantly avoided talking about our future and asked why I was trying to "rush" things. Then, enter the toxic world of politics and a pandemic and he became a person that I don't recognize. He has become judgemental, arrogant and someone who always needs to be right, even when he's not. There was a time during the pandemic where I wasn't doing well mentally (thanks, 2020) and I needed ..read more
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What is Real?
Loving From A Distance
by Miss U
3y ago
Dear Miss U, I broke up with my boyfriend of 6 years 4 days ago. We were living in the same country for 3 years and we were in a LDR for 3 years due to his work. Things are okay between us, communication is constant (chats and video calls every day), random surprises, movie dates while in a video call. We constantly made an effort to make each other feel loved despite the distance. We had our arguments but we smoothed them out. We had plans to get married and I will move to UK with him. 3 weeks ago he said he's starting to get used to feeling alone and he views our relationship as superficial ..read more
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Should he give her his passwords?
Loving From A Distance
by Miss U
3y ago
Dear Miss U, Recently I asked him for his passwords to his social media accounts but he didn’t refuse to me directly. He just said, “Don’t you trust me?” and said that he doesn’t remember any of his passwords, and if he would have remembered then it wasn’t an issue for him to give his passwords. Then I asked him to recover his passwords again and then share it with me. To this, he got a bit upset and told me that why don’t I even trust him for a bit. He asked me do I even know why I keep doubting him and now asking for his passwords. The post Should he give her his passwords? appeared first on ..read more
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Not a Silly Question
Loving From A Distance
by Miss U
3y ago
Dear Miss U, My partner and I are about to hit the 2-year mark and it has been quite a journey. The global pandemic has made things a little difficult as border restrictions are tough and it will be a while till we are both are able to freely travel safely. Recently, I have faced a lot of stress juggling university, work, applications, business, and family commitments. The stress has reflected in my moods and I am becoming negative and moody (I don’t mean to be). I question my relationship and my insecurities creep up telling me I am not worth the wait. I don’t like the way that I can be negat ..read more
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Holding Her Hostage
Loving From A Distance
by Miss U
3y ago
Dear Miss U, My girl and I are from the same country but I’m in Europe as an asylum seeker given the current problems in my home country. She’s still there though. I don’t know when I’ll be able to go back home to be with her and for some reasons she can’t join me where I’m at. Am I doing right by her asking her to wait for me for an unknown number of years? I love her and I know she loves me too which should normally make things easy but it doesn’t, unfortunately. I don’t wanna let her go but by not doing that I’m I holding her life “hostage”? The post Holding Her Hostage appeared first on Ma ..read more
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Holding Her Hostage
Loving From A Distance
by Miss U
4y ago
Dear Miss U, My girl and I are from the same country but I'm in Europe as an asylum seeker given the current problems in my home country. She's still there though. I don't know when I'll be able to go back home to be with her and for some reasons she can't join me where I'm at. Am I doing right by her asking her to wait for me for an unknown number of years? I love her and I know she loves me too which should normally make things easy but it doesn't, unfortunately. I don't wanna let her go but by not doing that I'm I holding her life "hostage"? [read more] The post Holding Her Hostage appeared ..read more
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He’s all-in, she’s got cold feet.
Loving From A Distance
by Michelle
4y ago
Dear Miss U, ... We only get time to talk at night. Sometimes we talk, sometimes it’s just arguing. About sext... I always have to make first move, she almost never makes first move. It’s been months now, no sext she doesn’t seem to care that much. I’m thinking maybe it’s my fault, I’m not fun enough or because I’m making her wait for me for so long so she’s exhausted. I will go to France for an IT job and we’re planning to live together there (need French work visa). It’s been a lot of time that we’ve been apart from each other so there isn’t that spark anymore. It doesn’t feel the same as be ..read more
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Long Road to Japan
Loving From A Distance
by Miss U
4y ago
Dear Miss U, ...We matched online and the conversation started flowing, began texting the next day, and haven’t stopped talking every day since we met. It’s like we didn’t expect to click so well and we both found that we are extremely attracted to each other; physically, intellectually and etc. We hung out a few weeks after we started talking every day and ended up spending 2 days/nights together lol :) After that, we liked each other even more and he consistently kept communication flowing every day. Then we hung out a few weeks later again and spent 1 night with each other but it wasn’t sup ..read more
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He’s all-in, she’s got cold feet.
Loving From A Distance
by Miss U
4y ago
Dear Miss U, ... We only get time to talk at night. Sometimes we talk, sometimes it’s just arguing. About sext... I always have to make first move, she almost never makes first move. It’s been months now, no sext she doesn’t seem to care that much. I’m thinking maybe it’s my fault, I’m not fun enough or because I’m making her wait for me for so long so she’s exhausted. I will go to France for an IT job and we’re planning to live together there (need French work visa). It’s been a lot of time that we’ve been apart from each other so there isn’t that spark anymore. It doesn’t feel the same as be ..read more
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Break-ups: You’re Doing It Wrong
Loving From A Distance
by Miss U
4y ago
Dear Miss U, My partner and I have been together for 4 years in total, and next month we’ll hit the two-year mark for being LDR. At first, it wasn’t too bad, but 2 years is a long time to only see each other roughly every 6 months. Lately, I feel really emotionally removed from our relationship. I don’t know if the time it’s been being LDR has made it into an “out of sight, out of mind” type of thing, but I just don’t feel any romance anymore. Things I try to do to help that while being LDR just don’t feel the same like they do in person. Physical touch and time together are really important t ..read more
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