Well…at least when we’re not together. I mean, there’s obviously frustration at being in a long-distance relationship without any real end in sight. To add to this frustration is our inability to communicate in a way we’ve done for a year-and-a-half without issue.
We’re both being overly sensitive on petty issues and then getting defensive about them…thus leading to unnecessary arguments. VIA EMAIL. It’s just one of the most unnecessary things I can imagine the two of us doing, yet here we are…doing just that.
When we’re together the world just seems right. And that’s the problem right now…we’re not together.
As we talked yesterday on the phone and tried to come up with ideas and a solution for these issues, a number of possibilities were thrown around for reasons why this seems to be happening to us more often than ever before as of late.
We couldn’t come up with a specific reason, but the distance seems to be a major factor for us right now. We’ve gone over a year-and-a-half without any problems, so having the occasional bump in the road may simply be amplified because it’s never happened before. Maybe subconsciously we’re wanting little arguments here and there because then it’ll make our relationship seem more “real”. Maybe we’re just not meant to be.
Sunshine arrives on Thursday night to spend the weekend with me. I’m very much looking forward to the amazing world that we live in when we’re together.
And I can only hope that things continue along that path the next time we’re apart.