Another question from Gregory Stock’s book is this:

If during a two-week vacation you had met and fallen in love with someone who lived a thousand miles from you, what would you do when you returned home to give the relationship a chance?  If the two of you wanted to be together, how would you be willing to change your life to make it happen, and how much would you expect your lover to change?

I’d keep in touch, via phone, email, and even snail-mail.  And I’d just see how things progressed.  And if the two of us wanted to be together, I’d be willing to meet her half-way somehow–or even move to her location, if there were no way she could meet me half-way.  If anything is meant to be, it will be.

4 Responses to “FROM THE BOQ: LOVE & SEX #3”

  1. 1 Abby April 26, 2012 at 2:17 pm

    I agree with your response – nothing too rash! These days, with all the communication tools we have, it would be easy to stay in touch and get to know one another, just without the actual physical presence.

  2. 3 nursemyra April 29, 2012 at 10:02 pm

    You’ve got the right idea. No need to rush. Though I’d definitely move countries if it turned out to be real love and not just infatuation

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