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27 Feb 2010, 13:02
Thanks! Will most definitely follow your blog....
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28 Feb 2010, 21:12
Are there any advantages of being in a LDR for 2 years? I'm trying to see what benefits there are, if not, I guess it's better if I end it....

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Are there any advantages of being in a LDR for 2 years? I'm trying to see what benefits there are, if not, I guess it's better if I end it....

You mean besides staying in a relationship with someone you care about?
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03 Mar 2010, 09:56
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Agree with Jerz's post. Is the person you'll be in the LDR with someone you care about, and someone you can see yourself being with for the long term ? An LDR isnt easy, but it has its benefits.

I myself will be in an LDR, but we know what we are both getting into, and while we wont know exactly how its going to be until I go away, I think we're both level headed people and will be able to handle it. Plus, we've been doing LD since the beginning, so we already have some experience

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05 Mar 2010, 01:42
Truth is MBA is a stress test for any relationship. I have seen a tremendous number of relationships break up - most of them in the first semester! There's even been a divorce in my class.

It is not easy.
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