Being extremely “sticky” and possessive is not a good idea. The connection doesn’t actually need to be maintained through constant communication between you two. Many couples believe that they need to do more to make up for the distance. That is untrue. And it could even worsen the situation. You would soon get weary of “love.” Keep in mind: Less is more. Spamming is not the goal because you will merely tire yourself. It really just comes down to knowing when and where to tease and pull. Consider it a learning experience for you both. You have the chance to demonstrate your affection for one another at this time. “Real gold is not afraid of the test of fire,” says a Chinese adage. You should trust that this experience will strengthen your bonds together rather than thinking that your long-distance relationship is tearing you two apart. It’s important for both of you to be clear about what you need from the other during this distance relationship. Establish some ground rules so that no one would act in a way that would surprise the other party. Every day, say “good morning” and “good night” to one another. Additionally, strive to keep your partner informed of your life’s events, no matter how unimportant some of them may appear. Send each other occasional images, audio samples, and brief movies to boost the ante. You give the other person the impression that they are loved and cared for by making this kind of effort.