I vote yes, with one stipulation, and this is coming from a girl who was in a relationship for almost 2 years long distance, that ultimately ended up failing miserably. Anyway, my stipulation is that the two of you are commited to having an "end date" as to when the long distance will be over. I was in a position where my boyfriend and I planned on a time for him to move here with me, and every time it came close, it had to be moved out. I was really stupid and let this happen over and over again. It took me a while to figure out that he was leading me on for a very long time. Ugh. I admit I am bitter about it all, and I don't know what your situation is, but if there is an end (to the long distance) in sight, don't let it out of sight.
Yes, that's how my husband and I started out, so it worked for us!
The SO and I met when we were living somewhat close. He's in the military and right now he's in another country. However, he is being discharged (served his commitment, plus 2 years involuntary re-enlistment...thanks, Dubya :roll: ), and we have a date for that discharge that is soooo soon and I can't wait.
That being said, I think LDRs can work with some commitment, and an ending date would be ideal.
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