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However, in the beginning (during the dating cycle) it can be really tough.
Driving a couple hours to have dinner etc then driving back home can really be a pain and almost everything has to be planned out well in advance.
An hour away, in my world, isn't what I'd consider an LDR.
People in huge cities can be 30 miles apart and take two hours or more to see one another, so I suppose on the note of a mere hour ~ I'd wonder what there is even to offer by means of advice.
Long distance friendships are extremely easy and common.
Long distance love, requires people who are not caught up in regular contact with each other, who's sexual hunger level is moderate enough to survive regular scheduling problems, and who are just fine not knowing what the other person is up to day to day.
And I don't mean an hour, I mean a plane ride or at least a healthy drive (over 3-4 hours for example.) The way I forged LDRs was no different than the way any other relationship begins.
I will take all your advice into consideration for sure.
This is all so new, but he seems to be the one I would actually consider putting time into knowing. I tried it once but it was four hours away, I found myself doing the driving and the traveling, my date did the cooking, wining and dining.
It should be able to work if it is only an hour away, as that is no time at all.
You just need to enjoy your time together and have faith and trust. It seems that the guys I have been the most interested on here seem to always live over an hour from me.