Long distance relationship?

I've been going out with my boyfriend for 2 years and now hes going Australia for a year and wants to continue the relationship. I really love him but I'm only 18 and I'm not sure if I'm too young for a long distance relationship and I don't know if I'd be able to manage it. What should I do?
Asked Feb 15, 2013
Long distance relationships are a great test. They either drive you apart or make you realize it's the real thing. If you aren't willing to try, you should tell him now. It would be very unfair for him to spend a year under an illusion that you are waiting when you aren't.
Answered Feb 15, 2013
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Do You Think That Youll Forget Him That Easy & Move On ?
Thats What You Need To Think About .. I Been There & Some Times You Got To Think About Things Befor You Do Anything Stupid .. Talk To Him & Tell Him How You Feel ..
Answered Feb 15, 2013
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Answered Jun 30, 2015
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Answered Jun 13, 2018
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Answered Feb 07, 2019

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