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Probably one of the toughest decisions a couple will make.

Mixed with multiple possibilities for couples who are looking for more space from each other or work or a neutral excuse to take a break. Why would a decision that separates you by time difference and distance be an exciting step for a couple who is supposed to be deeply in love and can’t get enough of each other.

She thought about it for hours that dragged into days. Wrote down the possible pros and cons of what distance can do to their already shaky relationship in her journal. Discussed it with her 3 closest friends.

• Clair suggested breaking things off and giving way to fate.

• Helen slowly shook her head and said I think you should just keep him on the side while looking for other adventures.

• Craig gave the suggestion that synced with what she had in mind.

Then she called him up to share the news.

Babe, I…. decided thats it’s better I move.

His line went dead and she sank into her floor. Cried for some minutes and slept off.

….the story doesn’t end well because distance finally took a toll on their relationship and it came crashing.


It sucks that most stories I know about long-distance relationships all have a not-so-happy ending.

It could be as a result of a number of reasons.

I hope it’s just me and not altogether a horrible idea to decide that you’ll be fine when in different states or countries or even continents from your partner.

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