How far is too far?
Posted Sun Oct 21, 2012 02:54 PM
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What she said.
And I speak from experience. Love will make you do things you never imagined were possible.
Posted Wed Oct 24, 2012 05:05 AM
And there is a possibility I'll move to Israel if my guy wants to go back there, and if we're still together by then, which I hope we will be.
I'm attached to Flanders for several reasons: own a house, work, lots of tasty fuck partners around... but he'd be worth the move.
Now, specifically SF men? I find it difficult to happen. I click based on music affinity, and folks here don't like the violin.
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Anyway, to put the things into perspective I work in Afghanistan so any decent place to visit is bloody many flight hours away anyway. Would I travel a long distance to meet someone? Well, yes ... have done in the past, am doing it, so nothing new for me here. If the meet turns out less than expected or don't work out at all, no big deal. Place I'm visiting should provide a lot fun one way or another. Would I relocate to live with the person I 'clicked' with? Honestly, I don't know ...
Posted Sun Dec 09, 2012 05:32 PM
We emailed, skyped and IM'd day and night for 10 months.
I got my passport, quit my job and went to meet him and stay with him for 3 months. The plan was if we worked out we would get engaged and I would return to the USA on a fiancé visa and marry him mid 2013.
It lasted 5 weeks before I pulled the pin and on the 6th week flew home.
The problem was that he lied very early on about certain things and it just snowballed from there.
I've made some great friends from this site, some that have crossed over into my non sf life too but I will never waste another year of my life like I just did. I'm not saying dont do it, but just be very careful.
Posted Sun Dec 09, 2012 08:54 PM
Next on the list, Brisby area,AU and Cork, IR
This post has been edited by SemperFi: Sun Dec 09, 2012 09:12 PM
Posted Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:04 PM
Relationships are one of the more complicated experiences in life and after a lifetime you may never have the same one twice even if you worked for it. At some point you just have to jump in or go wit the flow.
Either way, unless your just blind stupid or clueless, if moving seems like a good idea and you won't suffer for doing it there are lots of other great things about going to a new place. Pull a Nike and "Just Do It".