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I'm worried about my relationship whilst travelling

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11. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 7y

Quoting Cool Paul

how can you be so sure you won't cheat?
have you ever met girls from Argentina? They are like italian and spanish combined! WOW! ellos son molto bella!

I've met some from Brazil. farginhell!!!

12. Posted by sambo123 (Budding Member 45 posts) 7y

Quoting james

Sorry about my earlier comment. I was eating breakfast, the kids were arguing, and it was the first thing that came to mind.

Seriously though, if you love her to bits then I doubt you will cheat. I travelled without my girlfriend (now wife of 12 years) and her without me, and it neither bought us closer together nor drove us apart. It was simply something that we did separately due to circumstance and we both obviously grew as people from the experiences. (We have since travelled together extensively).

Having said that, we were both on a pretty long leash on a day-to-day basis and not living out of each others pockets so petty jealousies didn't exist. Oh yeah, she was so smoking hot; still is! (and I mean SMOKIN' HOT!)

If you do get jealous or have lingering doubts, whatever you do don't harp on about them to her. If she remains faithful to you (and let's face it, chances are she will) , she's not going to want to feel almost guilty for something that she hasn't done with you going on about it.

You'll be fine.

Ah i hope my boyfriend still says that about me when we've been together 12 + yrs!

Mate, you're just gonna have to trust her- if you keep each other back you'll just resent her in the end so what with the trust thing and resentment it doesn't look peachy. Just go, do your thing and you'll feel better for it when you meet up again.

13. Posted by Gixer (Budding Member 39 posts) 7y

I'm Agnostic but I believe your sins always find you out. If you cheat or if she cheats, you will both find out one way or another. Travelling can change people in ways they'd never imagined, give them new outlooks on life, new perspectives, new attitudes. If ultimately you grow apart and end up finishing, or if she/you cheat, then it wasn't meant to be and you move on. Just means there is someone better in your future who you will love just as much, if not more.

Or if you miss eachother and stay together and this whole thing reaffirms your feelings for eachother, then YAY.

Erm why don't you just travel to the same places together, or compromise a bit? Guaranteed that when both of you are standing looking at a gorgeous view or an amazing sight, you'll be thinking "I wish he/she was here to share this with me".

If you continue along your worrying and paranoid road then it will start to consume you and turn you into a suspicious accusing monster, which will just piss her off and push her away.

14. Posted by xtraceyx (Budding Member 7 posts) 7y

I agree with Gixer, whats meant to happen will happen theres no point in worrying about it! I was travelling on my own for a month and a half in Oz before my boyfriend joined me and I wasnt tempted to cheat at all, and seeing him after that time was the best feeling ever!! ok a month might not seem that long lol but it was for us!!

Hope everything works out for you!!
Tx

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