How Do Long Distance Relationship Bracelets Work?
Long distance relationship bracelets work by allowing couples to feel connected to each other no matter the physical distance between them.
Each bracelet is paired with another through an app, each of which is worn by one person in the couple.
Whenever one person touches their bracelet, the other person’s bracelet will also vibrate, light up or squeeze your wrist (depending on the bracelet), letting them know that their partner is thinking of them.
This simple, yet powerful, way of staying connected can help couples feel close to each other even when they are far apart.
Why should you get a long-distance touch bracelet?
Long distance touch bracelets are a unique and special way to stay connected to your loved ones, no matter the distance. They allow you to physically feel the presence of your loved one, even when they are miles away. They provide a sense of comfort and security, knowing that you can reach out and touch them whenever you need to.
The bracelets also serve as a reminder of the strong connection you share, no matter how far apart you may be, and provide a way to let loved ones know you’re thinking of them. Whether you’re across the country or across the world, you can always feel connected to somebody who cares about you.
Do long-distance touch bracelets work?
Many studies have shown that touch is an important part of a relationship. It can help to increase feelings of closeness, increase intimacy, improve communication, and can even help reduce stress and anxiety.
Since long distance couples have to spend time apart, they often miss out on expressing intimacy on a regular basis. However, touch bracelets can help fill that void. So, if you’re looking to improve your relationship, don’t forget the power of touch.
Meet The Author
Hi, I’m Jess! I closed the distance with my boyfriend on October 12th 2019. I lived in Los Angeles and he lived in New York. Sometimes it feels like we’re still getting used to being together, but it’s been really nice to have someone to come home to at the end of the every day.