We agreed it would be better to get married after I graduated high school.
Those memories are important, and distance doesn't mean you have to stop making them.But not all of these modes of communication are created equal.A new study suggests calling and texting are associated with high levels of relationship satisfaction.CHANTELLE WELP and Colin Sorensen grew up together in Greeley, Colo. They send a stream of daily texts and see each other at home on break. Sorensen has flown to Boston, and later this year they plan to study abroad together in New Zealand. When I’m walking to class I can talk and look at him.” But what students say they find most romantic is a handwritten letter.They despised each other in middle school, became friends junior year of high school and, in a twist of romantic irony, turned into a couple over Christmas vacation of their senior year — just weeks before they learned of their very different college destinies. Welp was accepted into her dream college, Suffolk University in Boston; Mr. Initially, they fretted over their divergent paths. “I’m so reliant on being able to just check in with him and do video Skype conversations,” Ms. Skype and similar technology figure large in this trend. “There is nothing really romantic about getting an e-mail or a text,” says Alia Roth, a Connecticut College freshman who has been dating Jake Blum, a University of Pennsylvania junior, since the end of her junior year in high school.Stream your shows on TV while you Skype each other, or use this handy plug in to stream the show on both your screens at the exact same time. Play truth or dare Silly as it seems, if you want to make memories, this is a great way.