For those of you in long distance relationships or who ever have been... I've been in a long distance relationship for basically six years(officially two years) and we've had a lot of ups and downs. I think right now is one of those down times, it really seems like things are difficult--we're both having our own problems and there's lots of fighting, disagreement, lack of trust, irritability, etc. I think it makes it a lot harder only being able to be there for each other on the phone when we're both in need of some support. I'm trying to stay positive in knowing we'll get through it, we always do, but I was wondering... What are some things you do to stay positive and show your SO how much you care when you're far away? It's so much harder to show someone how special they are to you and how important the relationship is when they're 2300 miles away. It really just isn't the same as having that daily or almost-daily interaction. I send him little packages and letters every couple of weeks, I'm sending him one in a few days with a few Halloween treats. But yeah, enough about me... what do you do?