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We need more info to help you make a better decision, post a pic.
My daughter and son-in-law have been married for more than three years and because he is in the army, they have never lived together more than four weeks. They Face Time and talk on the phone most every day now that he is state side. He was in Afghanistan the first year + and Germany another year and only communicated once a week at most. Now they travel to see each other about every two months. I have NO doubt their relationship is as strong as any. It is the two people that make a relationship not the closeness or the distance. My two cents.
By the way, my daughter graduated from BG in 2006.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by BuckCollector 12 months ago
Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
This^^^^ a thousand times, great jobs are harder to find than selfish women
I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
Quoted for the damn truth.
Is your fiance going to pay your bills? No? There's your answer.
Take the job...you don't ever want to look back and wonder "what if". Cant she finish grad school where you're going? That could be real hard on you're relationship down the road....after 15 yrs I finally got my balls back!
My wife and I have never been together for a full year and we like it that way. I know couples that have jobs in distant cities and make it work. In the end you are the only one who can make this decision. Lots of good points tho on the board especially the one about the face to face discussion. I think you will make the right decision.
I want to BRO hug you after reading this post my dude...
LOLOL....... Post of the year IMHO!!
This post was edited by MassillonBUXFAN 12 months ago
If the job is a career builder then take it. Once your fiance graduates and starts to look to see what is out there for her she may be able to find something around where you are at then all is well.
If the issue is bigger meaning she does not want to leave Ohio or the area that you or she are in then that is a bigger issue and needs to be discussed now.
I have moved many times for my company and my wife has reluctantly at times agreed that for my career it was the best decision that we could have made at the time. In the end we ended up back HOME where she wanted to be all along.
It does not matter where you are at all women have some preconceived notion where they want to be short and long term and they are very unwilling to open their eyes to the bigger picture. Sometimes relationships need a test. This could be your test and it would come before you are married - which is much better than learning this after you are married.
I would suggest if you can afford it and she has the time take her down there, scope it out, turn off the distractions for a couple hours and seriously talk about it openly (wow I sound like Oprah - yikes!). Good luck.
If you don't post a picture of your fiance it is as if she doesn't really exist.
Post a pic of her and then we will tell you what you should do....
True story here.
I was with my college sweetheart for 5 years. We both met in college in florida but were both originally from columbus ohio. I had a job opportunity come up in NYC after working in Florida for a few years. I asked her to go. She wanted to do her PHD in Florida and I wanted to take the job in NYC.
Told her I am taking the job and if it works out fine otherwise it is what it is. We ended up broken up 6 months after I moved. At first, I was upset. Then I realized I am single 25 year old man who works on wall street in NYC. I tore it the fuck up.
I recently discovered my ex ended up getting her PHD and she is happy also.
I met my wife in NYC also and now we have a family. We have all the security one could have at 33 years old and I don't regret my decision one bit.
At 22, don't make a mistake and not go to SC. You will find in 3,5,7 years from now that it was all worth it. FWIW, there literally is a girl/guy ratio in that area of 7:1. If you break up, you will pull some hot ass in no time.
TAKE THE JOB....DONT HAVE REGRETS
I am also impressed by the advice given here by all my fellow bucknutters.
"5 foot 8.....what do they want a basketball team?"
sounds like you need a job and she's the one sounding selfish...not trying to hate, but
TAKE THAT JOB!! You don't ever want to look back 10 years from now and wonder what could've been. My dad gave me the same advice 7 yrs ago when I was offered a badass relocation package & gig in Alabama. My ex wife did not want me to take it because she didn't want to be that far from her family. I took that shit anyway, and now have an even better job and upgraded on my spouse as well! Do it man, and don't look back!
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Take the job.
Preferably nude please...
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