Texts to Send Your S.O. When They're Feeling Down

If you're in a romantic relationship, you know that not every day is going to be perfect.

Sometimes it has nothing to do with you or the other person—it might be another factor entirely. So, if your significant other is having an off day, what should you do? What should you say? We've crafted some texts to send your S.O. for when they're feeling down below.

'This is your friendly reminder that you have a person who loves you unconditionally.'

If your partner has the blues because they're fighting with another friend or even a family member, this text is a good reminder that they have you.



'Did you know that I've never been happier since you came into my life? Just thought you should know :)'

When a partner doubts themself—whether it's because they don't think they're smart enough, good looking enough, funny enough or something else—this text is bound to put a smile on their face.


'You are one of the best people I've ever met. Thank you for being YOU!'

When an S.O. feels like they won't amount to anything, it's important to remind them how special they are. This text is an excellent reminder that you chose them for a reason.


'Good morning! Today I'm spoiling you with all your favorite things. Be ready!'

If your S.O. is in no mood to be social, go to their turf and spoil them with love. This text shows them you respect their boundaries and are there to love on them.


'I'm dropping off my homemade (enter food) later!'

Food is the way to the soul, and if your special someone loves a particular dish you make, this text will instantly brighten their spirits.


'I know you don't always like talking about your feelings, so if you just want to hang out in silence with me, let's do it.'

If your partner isn't much of a talker, don't force them into a discussion. This text is great because they'll see you aren't trying to pressure them into anything, but you're still there for them.


'Hi! Want to get a bunch of junk food and watch Netflix 'til we fall asleep?'

Sometimes, all it takes to cheer someone up is junk food and TV. If this sounds like something your significant other would enjoy, this text will lead them on the road to recovery in no time.


Need some more text help? Look HERE for texts to send your BFF to show that you appreciate them.