April 17, 2024

Long Distance Longings

Dear Frankly,

I have been dating a guy for a few weeks. I date quite frequently, but never seem to find anyone that I actually like, or desire a second date with. From the first date, I realized that I really like this guy. The problem is that he is in Arizona and I am in California. We have been able to talk to each other extremely well so far. I have voiced the fact that I like him a lot. He seems to be interested also. Is it just best to let it be or is there something that I can do?

Wondering Wanda

Dear Wondering,

Unless one of you is ready to relocate, get used to a long distance romance. My third husband traveled often, straining our relationship and making it possible for me to meet my fourth husband. So, I’d say let the chips fall where they may.

Dear Frankly,

I am involved in a bi-coastal relationship with a man I met online months ago. We are very much in love although we have only spent 5 days together in person. Due to time, distance and financial constraints, a toll is being taken on this relationship. We have made a commitment to each other, but lately things seem to be disintegrating. To complicate things, I am house-bound due to a disability, so any relocation must be made by him. Am I crazy?

Going Gonzo Gloria

Dear Going,

Since I believe most people fantasize about the person they are involved with, especially when they’re together I would advise you to follow your dreams. There’s nothing wrong with being bi-coastal. Remember, love is just an Avatar away.



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