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Q: Any tips for long distance relationships?

I am from the U.S. and my boyfriend is Chinese. I'll be working in China next year, but he'll be going abroad for work. I'm really sad that he'll be gone and I don't really know how to handle the distance. He'll be gone for a year. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. 

2 years 23 weeks ago in  Relationships - China

 
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It sounds like you already have a long distance relationship.

Didn't he know you were coming to China?

Advice: enjoy your time. A Chinese guy will definitely be sewing his wild oats.

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All you both need is discipline. Make sure that you contact each other everyday at a certain time. Be honest with each other about trust and you should be fine. I was in South Africa and the Mrs. was here in China. It was really difficult but we trusted each other and got through it.

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My girlfriend is Chinese girl. I'm trying to go China but it's hard to find a job in China. If I had a job then my problem is solved... now I'm in one year relationship with my Chinese girlfriend.

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