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Do long distance relationships work?

 
 
My BF and I meet up at Skateland every Friday night. Last week, he broke the news that his family is moving soon! I cried in front of him. I really like him and don’t know what to do. Should we have a long-distance thing or break up?
 

Dear Love Struck,

That is upsetting news! Is he moving an hour away or 10 states away? What to do is a decision you and he should make together. Some long-distance couples stay close by e-mailing, writing, phoning and visiting. But be realistic. Perhaps you can vow to stay special friends and to look each other up in the future. Now might be the time to nobly set each other free for the summer.
 
 
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