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How to sustain a Long Distance Relationship with a Polish girl


sausage 19 | 777  
21 Sep 2007 /  #61
yes you did say earlier

If you don't try, you'll never know

and that's what i got out of the discussion! I am in a fortunate situation that i can just up sticks and move if need be...

hopefully i will get an eventual positive outcome and we will live happily ever after :)
PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104  
21 Sep 2007 /  #62
lol - proof I stick by what I believe I guess Mr Sausage :)
sausage 19 | 777  
21 Sep 2007 /  #63
thanks everyone, i have to get up early to make a long distance phone call! hopefully some people will skip to the end of this thread and offer some more advice based on their personal experiences (be they good or bad)
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
21 Sep 2007 /  #64
I hardly think giving a different opinion from you is "brown nosing". And I hardly think sausage was looking for a pat on the back. Some advice maybe...

i don't think so dolly, you missed my point, i was talking about me and not what other people were saying. :)

its nice you give him hope, well done, lets hope it works out or he's wasted a lot of time and effort and for what a few tears.

Good luck sausage and lets hope it turns out a Frankfurter rather than a pork and apple ;)
PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104  
21 Sep 2007 /  #65
hopefully some people will skip to the end of this thread and offer some more advice based on their personal experiences (be they good or bad)

I hope so to. Good luck with that phone call ;)

i don't think so dolly, you missed my point, i was talking about me and not what other people were saying. :)

You're not PMing each other so therefore the discussion is on the open forum. All comments are available for anyone to comment on. Besides, if you read back, I don't think I did miss your point.

This is way off topic.

its nice you give him hope, well done, lets hope it works out or he's wasted a lot of time and effort and for what a few tears.

Patronising but I'll ignore that. It may or may not work out but any relationship is the same, whether you live next door to each other or in different countries...
Firestorm 6 | 400  
21 Sep 2007 /  #66
I will simply say this..

Distance means NOTHING.
I know of many people. who have.
And do engage in a long distance relationship.
It works for them..

Why not Sausage...?

Though miles may lie between us,
We're never far apart,
For true love doesn't count the miles,
It's measured by the heart."
szkotja2007 27 | 1,498  
21 Sep 2007 /  #67
Sausage - Sometimes people who love each other can't be together (physically).
Doesn't mean they love each other less. Sometimes looking forward to seeing each other again makes them realise how strong their feelings are.

Sometimes it sucks !
polishgirltx  
21 Sep 2007 /  #68
I will simply say this..

Distance means NOTHING.
I know of many people. who have.
And do engage in a long distance relationship.
It works for them..

Why not Sausage...?

Though miles may lie between us,
We're never far apart,
For true love doesn't count the miles,
It's measured by the heart."

Maybe it works for some people, but it never worked for me so i don't believe in long distance relationships. And i can say now that we both tried hard.
Firestorm 6 | 400  
21 Sep 2007 /  #69
It doesnt work for everyone thats true enough..
Ranj 21 | 948  
21 Sep 2007 /  #70
lets hope it works out or he's wasted a lot of time and effort and for what a few tears.

No relationship is wasted time.....I have been in relationships that ended well and some that did not end so well, but I can honestly say, I am grateful for every relationship I have ever been in, including the bad ones....I learned something from each relationship, that has helped me to mold into the person I am today.

I am someone who is in a long distance relationship right now, and I admit, it is difficult at times, not being able to see each other in person, but for me, I think he's worth the time, patience and effort.....again, it's not easy, and I don't know what the future holds at this point, but I am more than happy to give it a chance. I learned a longtime ago that life is too short and you need to follow your heart every once in a while.

Goodluck to you and your girl, Sausage....I hope all works out to your satisfaction.
trtnarmy1 1 | 21  
22 Sep 2007 /  #71
Considering how many times i have been to Poland (must be 15/20) i have never been in a relationship with a girl from there, so cant offer any advice, just lots of good luck.
rachek13 - | 7  
9 Oct 2007 /  #72
Czesc everyone

it's good to read all these comments/opinions..............I would appreciate any advice/suggestions on my current long-distance relationship, please guys!

Like Sausage, I'm in UK, my Polish man is in Netherlands, at present.

We met a year ago (long story).......and it was many months before we spoke again, and decided to give it a go, after sensing this amazing connection when we first met. However, we were both in unhappy relationships at the time; tho we corresponded by email in the meantime. I then ended my relationship, and he planned to separate from his wife who he'd been living apart from for several years.

We have met 3 times, each time we have grown closer and feel our love is so strong. But about a month ago, he suddenly went quiet.

He seems to have got cold feet (he's been sorting legal stuff with wife etc), he seems worn down and he sent an email kinda saying he didn't deserve my love. Also said he's bad father, so he'd fail with my son, who he hasn't even met (I have young son, he has grown up kids) - we had been planning to live together, possibly for me to leave UK etc.

I have spoken with him, he sounds defeated at the moment, everything uncertain, his job, future.

But I love him and want to be with him - he says he loves me, misses me, that I showed him what true love is etc

Any ideas how to give him some courage? Surrely he wants to try to see if it can work after he feels that I am "the ONE" ??!!
Jambo 2 | 106  
9 Oct 2007 /  #73
Sorry but is clear he does'nt want to be with you move on.
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
9 Oct 2007 /  #74
sorry to say this Rachek, but I reckon he is either still with his wife or is getting back with her... maybe he cant get a divorce or there is a lot of family pressure for them to make a go of it?
rachek13 - | 7  
10 Oct 2007 /  #75
thanks for comments - btu why are they selling their assets then..............guess it'd be easy to assume he's going back to wife, but he's lived apart from her for 8 years

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