Why or why not would long-distance relationships work?
~Ms. Archer: It's hard for them to work because "absence" doesn't "make the heart grow fonder"- you just get lonely and bored.
~Amanda: I believe that long-distance relationships work. Since I am in one, I think that with hard work and trust, a long-distance relationship can last. If both people want it enough, it will work. Jeaslousy will solve nothing. One of the hardest parts of a long-distance realationship is probably dealing with jealousy. Many other couples have broken up due to a jealous partner. Long-distance realationships just take a bit more work but if you really want to stay in your realationship, you'll do anything to stay together,even if you are physically separated. Just because distance is separating two people, doesn't mean they are apart mentally, or spiritually, as well.
~Daven: They won't work because you must be together physically as well as mentally.
~Ms. Galletly: Long distance relationships can work becuase some people need their own space and you don't have to see someone everyday, it's just a bonus. Depends on the people- I was never good at it.
~Suzy: Been there done that. Time is the biggest thing and the strain of not seeing one another day in day out. That is one reason my parents eloped. They wanted to be with each other so badly and could not bear to be apart.
~Mrs. Yu: It's hard to keep a long-distance relationship working becuase the relationship does not have a daily life involvement.
~Mr. Yu: Long-distance relationships will never work! Difficulty in communication and not being with the loved one.
~Coach Ellwanger: You have to spend time with each other to develop a real relationship.
~Mrs. Sharrett: It wouldn't because you don't get to know the real person-To really know one and get a true picture of someone, you have to spend alot of time with that person.
~Mrs. Stephenson: I think couples need to be together in order to form a strong bond.