If you’re in a long-distance relationship with someone special, you can still make your significant other’s day without being present. Technology and other means can be used to connect in loving ways even if the two of you are hundreds or thousands of miles apart from each other. Here are four great ways to make your significant other’s day when in a long-distance relationship.
1. Watch a Movie Through Livestreaming
Livestreaming technology makes it possible for you to watch movies online together even when you can’t go to the movies or snuggle up on the couch with each other. There are services online that allow you to Livestream movies for free. Whether you both like romance, comedy or sci-fi, the best Livestream services have movies in these and other popular categories. Some Livestream providers also feature TV shows in their selections that the two of you can watch simultaneously.
2. Have Special Items Delivered
Sending your loved one items that are delivered right to the front door is a great way to show your appreciation. Flowers are usually an excellent choice, and you can also have pizza delivered through a pizza delivery service that’s in your partner’s area. You can also try sending a gift basket that includes chocolates or other tasty snacks. Know your SO’s dietary preferences, and take advantage of the power of the internet to send them exactly what they need to make their day special.
When you and your partner miss seeing each other’s faces, the internet has a variety of methods that you can connect. Facebook Messenger, Google Hangouts, Facetime, and many other platforms allow you to make video calls to your SO. This form of video conferencing offers a better alternative to standard phone calls that only allow you to hear each other’s voices, see each other’s smiles, and often play around with filters as well. If you go on vacation or find yourself in another interesting setting, you’ll be able to share images of the location with your partner as you talk.
4. Remember Important Events
Just because the two of you are apart, that still doesn’t give you the excuse to forget important dates or other life events in your partner’s life. It’s important to remember to acknowledge your significant other on birthdays and anniversaries by communicating with each other and sending gifts or other tokens of appreciation to mark the occasion. If your partner has family members who are ill or who’ve passed, you’ll want to take the time to acknowledge these events with compassion. A little e-card or phone call to mark the occasion can go a long way to help them know you care.
You can make your long-distance relationship work better by putting in some additional effort to make your partner’s day. Your significant other will likely appreciate the gesture and want to continue the relationship with you even when the two of you can’t physically be with each other.
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