Just like I said in the title, I have a long-distance college relationship with a professor who teaches my freshman class.
He’s a professor, he’s a professor, he’s a professor. If I get a couple of more of these “long distance” assignments, I will be able to tell you.
For now though, all I have are the occasional emails to and from him for which I can’t really say much apart from “I’m sorry you’re not doing well,” which I kind of like.
I know this feeling well. I have been in long distance relationships with college professors all throughout my life. I know how much is expected from them, and how much time they expect to give, but I also know that they are some of the most amazing people on this earth. They have a way of making you feel like you are the luckiest guy in the world.
In college, I was in a very serious relationship. We met on a bus and had a week of amazing, crazy, fun, and sometimes crazy adventures. I am pretty sure if we had not been on that bus, we would have been in a very different place. I know that my experience and knowledge on any issue can be very valuable to someone, though I am not sure what I could be doing with my knowledge and experience that would make a woman like her want to be with me.
While we’re on the topic of college, there seems to be a lot of overlap between women and relationships. I think that the fact that we were both in college and in serious relationships makes us a similar age and makes us similar on many other things as well. We are both introverts who are very focused on our own needs, and we both want to be on top of our own lives and be our own bosses.
While it’s true that we are both introverts, there are two things that separate us. One is that we like to keep busy. We need to be active and engaged in life. We like to go out and have fun. You can’t do that, for example, if you have the day job. The other thing is that we’re both in college. You don’t have to do that, but you want to.
I definitely think that the two of us find each other on the weekends. We are so focused on our own lives and each other that we want to keep busy.
Yeah, that’s the thing. I don’t think I’m just like your other boss. We are both very busy at work, but we aren’t that busy. We can still be together, but we need to schedule more time to do that. We don’t really have that much time.
It seems I got a lot of wrong advice here. I think that it’s pretty clear that long distance relationships are difficult. But the more I think about it, the more it seems like they’re not so much difficult as they are just difficult. It’s the feeling that the other person, although they may love you, is not actually there for you. It’s the feeling that you are being used, that you’re getting all the work and taking all the responsibility.