2. Keep each other posted. It might sound too much for others, but not exactly when you consider the social distancing situation. There's nothing wrong with either filling your partner in about your activities - not necessarily all - or asking theirs. "This way, you two both get an idea of how your partner’s day is basically going to go. This is also a great way to avoid arguments from expectations that might not be met," Dani said citing late replies as a sample scenario. "When he’s run down his agenda for the day, then I’ll know that by a certain time he might be working out, or running errands, etc."
3. Deal with it as normal as possible. The fact is that, staying at home is not what Dani and Josh are used to. Still, they know it's best to make it seem like it's a typical day in their life as a couple. "Recently, we had a dinner date through a video call! I cooked his favorite pasta dish, the aglio olio, grabbed a bottle of wine, and set up a dinner corner in my room. I also dressed up for that special night," the VJ narrated. And what else could be more normal than doing their favorite bonding activity. "We’ve been working out together as well, and although I can’t ask him for a hug or smell his kili-kili after, I can still very much smell his sweat all the way here! Haha! Just kidding!"
Given how physical affection is important in a relationship, you'd think you wouldn't be able to survive this social distancing and home isolation thing. But think about it, there isn't that much of a difference if you just give efforts as tantamount as to what you give to maintaining your bond prior to quarantine days. Learn a thing or two from Dani and Josh. "I really believe that a relationship only works if both parties work hard on it," the MYX VJ concluded. "At first, I thought I won’t ever be able to handle one myself, but then Josh came along, and he never fails to affirm me that this is making us stronger and even more in love with each other."