My heart felt embedded in his, and I still loved him deeply.So we started fresh again—this time with an extreme distance between us.The first months felt easy, as the bliss of being back together melted the distance away.
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What if this would lead us only to a big disappointment?
My mind dug through tons of questions and my world felt not as open and wide anymore.
We knew we would need to deal with lots of issues if we wanted to be together—ambitious career paths and different work/life-balances, immigration papers, money, languages, intercultural differences, a worried family on my side.
We missed each other dearly; but there was a certain peace with the reality.
I could feel him being on the other side, thinking of me and being in love with me. However, I knew this serenity would come and go; frustration could kick in eventually and challenge us.
Around one year and two visits later, the downsides of the distance did indeed knock me off.I missed my boyfriend during days and nights, and fear crept in.“Distance means so little when someone means so much.” ~Unknown People tend to think long-distance relationships are one of the hardest possible ways of loving someone.I live in one: As a young European, I am deeply in love with my African boyfriend who pursues his career in Asia. After dating for a few months and sharing a wonderful time in an Asian country, we split up, as he had many doubts about things that seemed to separate us.At this point in time, our differences seemed to be too wide to merge them into a happy, long-lasting life together. After one year—when I had already returned to my home country—he approached me again, explaining how wrong he was, and asking for a second chance.I didn’t know what this implied, but my heart was saying wholeheartedly as I was confident the differences weren’t stronger than our love.