Long-distance relationships can be tough, but things can seem even harder when there is a significant time difference between you and your Russian bride.
Depending on whereabouts in the world you are, you could be anywhere from two hours to 12+ hours ahead or behind your Russian bride. This can present unique problems when it comes to communicating generally, let alone enjoying a solid relationship.
Despite how difficult things may initially seem, it’s important to take things slowly and have a plan or how you can make it work. Conquering the time difference between you both can actually make your relationship with your Russian bride stronger than ever.
Here are our top tips for making your relationship work even when a time difference between you and your Russian bride exists.
Organise regular times to chat
If you’re going to make this work with your Russian bride, then the first thing you will need is a plan. When will you speak, and by what means? So, a basic first step is to have a regular time slot on specific days on which you can talk.
For example, three days a week you will speak early in the morning for you, which is late for her. And vice versa. This is mostly going to be in the form of video chat or live chat, but don’t be afraid to rely on a longer or slower form of messaging when required, such as inboxing and direct messaging.
Be sympathetic of each other’s times
It can sometimes spark tension between you are talking at different times of the day. For example, it may be a late night after work for you whereas it’s mid-morning for your Russian bride. By sympathetic of this – you will both have different levels of tiredness, stress, etc.
Make communicating part of your daily routine
Be versatile with your communication in terms of timing and methods for doing so, but above all else, try and make it part of your daily routine. This will make it less of an inconvenience and instead an enjoyable part of your regular day.
Use it as a positive
Finally, the time difference between you should not be viewed as a negative, but instead, make it a positive. You can speak to each other as and when you look and feel your best, so embrace it!