This isnt 1980 it's 2010, Do I actually have a real chance at having a successful relationship?Yes of course..a different lady in every city that has a terminal you stop at. The best times I had were when my lady was with me, she would drive, I would drive we made shyt loads of $ and there was no question of infidelity.Women are funny, many post talk of the "him" in the post, not coming around often enough..we all know what the responces say...him, he's playing you etc.Here, some suggest its better he isn't around a lot...... Actually, you would have had better luck back then. A wonderful man is a wonderful man and that's not something I would pass on just because he is a truck driver. or is cross country truck driving really the high paying job, they claim it to be? However, I agree with your first post..chance at a successful relation is about as good as anyone else....to good.I was in a relationship for three months with a man I met online. The first week we were dating, I went back to my dating account so I could delete it and saw that he was still online. It might sound stupid but it was real love at first sight.Not sure what is the life of a woman dating/married to an actual 'Truck Driver' but I would think it wouldn't be much different than any other relationship where you have to deal with the separation either because the partner works in the military. Simple as that...yourself the questions and you will have the answers. The thing is most want a home to settle down to, a family, and a hubby who is home most of the time...family part I mentioned because of your age.
I am a very honest person with a good sense of humor.
When the profession actually paid very well and had really decent men and women doing the job. Well my father was a long haul truck driver for many years, it was hard on us not having him home sometimes, but my parents are coming up to their 50th wedding aniversary, so it can happen.
I have yet to meet a current truck driver that can even compare. Just have to find that right woman, my Dad also made sure he was always home on Sundays, so that was family time, it just takes some will never work for you if your partner isn't basically a trusting, confident, and fairly independent person.
If you meet someone you like and then can't see her again for weeks, it'll be tough.
Once you get established, as long as she can accept the reality of the situation, you can do it."Something about mary" that movie had a clip on truck stops lol.