Making It Through The Distance – Messyduniya

Making It Through The Distance

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Do you often scroll through your Instagram feed, look at a couple's picture and get jealous?
No, this does not make you a bad person. It's natural to feel so.
When you're in a long distance relationship, it gets hard for both of you to survive. But don't give up just yet.
1. Start your day with a text
A message from you as small as a 'good morning' text can make your lover wake up with a smile.
If you can't text during the day because of work, make sure to send a message in the morning and one at night before you go to sleep.
2. Appreciate efforts
Both of you are making efforts, even if one isn't showing it. Tell them how grateful you are to have them in your life once in a while.
3. Call them
Call them once during the day when you know they're going to be free. Don't be disheartened if they're busy.
You will surely get a callback once they're done with their work. Calling a person gives a more personal touch than texting, that's why it's preferred.
4. Write Letters
Too old school? No, I don't think so. This is the least we can do for our loved ones. Post them letters saying how much you love them, or miss them. Spray on it your perfume, so that when he/she opens it, it reminds them of you. Or if you can't post letters, give them one when they come to visit you.
5. Video Call

Once in a week, or whenever you both are free.
Mostly preferred when roommates or parents aren't around so you both can have an e-date of your own.
6. Surprise Them
Always coordinate surprises with his/her best friend who knows that they're gonna be in town for that time period so that your plan doesn't backfire.
Because prevention is better than cure. Isn't it?
Nothing will make your girlfriend/boyfriend as happy as they would be when you give them a surprise visit.
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