I've gone through it for the past 3 years, and also this year. Basically first year, we got together for only 3 months and got tested LDR for 1 years when she got to Australia. So then, we got back together 2 years and recently she went to Paris for another year. So in total 4 years.
I've got a feeling of satisfaction and excitement throughout the experience of completing a LDR.
It's not that bad like what people always say," Aiya, LDR sure break one la". Thats not the case, if you viewed it positively.
LDR makes us stronger, by separating us, we showed trust in each other
LDR makes us love each other stronger, by separating us, we appreciate each other even more
LDR makes us feel in love again, by living in two different place, we love each other even more if we ever meet again
LDR makes us eager and anxious, by knowing the time to ever meet her again, I can't seems to wait for her to be by my side.
For us, it was at a heated love when we got separated by distance 3 years ago, that makes us strongly believe in each other and we survived the test of love, and soon after years of being together. We settled down our relationship and got into LDR again this year. It was another challenge for us, but we strongly believe in each other and hold on to our trust and love closely to our heart.
I've learned a lot from our relationship, Long Distance is not a reason for argument, but merely an excuse for not willing to adapt and accept the fact that he or she is far away.
Never lose someone important in your life just because they are far away from you, time different does not matter, nor the distance. I've tried having 3 hour difference, and even 9 hour difference, even separated by half of the globe.
All this does not matter because it's just a figure and time shown on clock. If you are willing to love her/he, distance and time difference is nothing.
You never know what will happened when you all ever meet again. But for me, I know that if me and her ever meet again, we will treasure each other even more. Nothing that we had not faced before, it all falls on determination.