Many situations may cause a couple to be separated. Whether it is due to college, military service, prison sentence, or the job market and their career; many couples find ways to make it work by remaining positive. The cons of such a circumstance is an increase in feelings of loneliness and fewer interactions. To remind your husband that you miss him, the following missing husband quotes are great samples to inspire you with the right sentiment to share.
All the women who believe that puppy love exists only in teeny romances, obviously have never been married to such an adorable husband like you. I miss you.
Distance between two hearts is not an obstacle…rather a beautiful reminder of just how strong true love can be.
Distance never separates two hearts that really care, for our memories span the miles and in seconds we are there.
Does your company have a complaint box? I want to file an official complaint and request your bosses to bring your office closer to our home so I can drive over to see you during your lunch and coffee breaks. I miss you.
Every time your work takes you away on long travels, the family misses its provider, your children miss their father and I miss my soul mate and lover. We miss you honey.
Husbands and wives should be given joint employment so that adorable couples like us can be by each others’ sides at home and at work too. I miss you.
I am down with a fever called Missing You which can only be cured by daily dozes of Hugs and Kisses from my Husband. I miss you.
I am thinking about you and feeling lucky that I am married to such a wonderful husband but at the same time I am feeling unlucky because I am not with him at the moment. I miss you dear.
I envy all the women who work with you in your office. At least they get to spend their day working alongside the most handsome man in the whole world – you. Missing you, my dear hubby.
I frown when I start missing you but then I start smiling, hoping that you miss me too.
I hate it when you have to do overtime and come back home late. I can’t even sleep because I miss you even in my dreams. Come back soon.
I hate your job because it takes you away from me for at least eight hours every day. I miss you.
I miss you a lot, I hope you are missing me too. If not, be prepared to sleep on the couch.
I miss you even though I know I will see you in the evening. You may call it obsession, but for me it is my heart’s compulsion.
I miss you more than the sun misses the sky at night.
I need a life-sized cardboard cut-out of my husband installed in every room of the home so that I can stare into his dreamy eyes every time I am feeling alone. I miss you.
I searched in Google – Why do I miss my husband so much? Google replied – Because he misses you too.
I should have put a clause in our marriage contract which would have legally forced you to take a break from work every few hours to come give your wife a kiss. I miss you.
I think we dream so we don’t have to be apart so long. If we’re in each other’s dreams, we can be together all night.
I wish that I could hold you now…I wish that I could touch you now…I wish that I could talk to you…and be with you somehow.
I wish that you were here or I was there or together we were anywhere.
If you love someone more than anything, then distance only matters to the mind, not to the heart.
In true love the smallest distance is too great, and the greatest distance can be bridged.
It’s true we don’t know what we’ve got until its gone, but we don’t know what we’ve been missing until it arrives.
Love is missing someone whenever you’re apart, but somehow feeling warm inside because you’re close in heart.
Missing my husband is the only thing that I like doing even though it makes me feel sad when he is not home. I miss you.
Missing you makes me feel sad and alone, but it also reminds me how lucky I am to be married to the most handsome man I have ever known. I miss you.
Missing you makes me feel thankful to be married to a man who is a wonderful father to my children, favorite son-in-law to my parents and the hottest husband to me. I miss you baby.
My dear husband, do you know how much I miss you? I miss you in my sleep even though you are sleeping right beside me.
My world becomes monochrome when I hug you goodbye in the morning until you return home in the evening when it becomes colorful again. I miss you.
Night is the best part of the day when I can cuddle with my hubby and afternoon is the worst when I start missing him when he is at work. It’s afternoon, I miss you baby.
Only god knows my plight, when I don’t have you in my sight. Only I know how I feel depressed and blue, when I start missing you.
Please request your boss to put an extra chair on your desk so that I can come to your office to watch my handsome husband work and ward of stares from his pretty colleagues. I miss you baby.
The difference between feeling lonely and feeling alone – I will never feel lonely because I know that my husband loves me, but I feel alone because I want my husband to hug me. I miss you.
The second you walk out from the door for work every morning, this home loses its hero and my heart loses its beat. I miss you.
The sun doesn’t need a reason to shine, the moon doesn’t need a reason to glow, the stars don’t need a reason to twinkle, and I don’t need a reason to miss my husband. I miss you sweetheart.
Thinking about you is the most romantic and sweet feeling ever, but waiting for you to come home from work is the most frustrating and agonizing feeling ever. I miss you.
Watching the rain outside the window makes me feel like calling you back from work and snuggling up with you in a blanket while enjoying a sizzling hot cup of coffee. I miss you.
We live in the same house, we sleep on the same bed, but I still can’t get enough of your hugs and cuddles. I am missing you even though I gave you a goodbye hug just a few hours back when you left in the morning. I miss you.
When I miss you, I don’t have to go far … I just have to look inside my heart because that’s where I’ll find you.
While you are away on your business trip, I am flipping through our wedding photographs and patting myself for marrying the perfect man who has given me the perfect life. I miss you darling.
Your absence has gone through me like thread through a needle everything I do is stitched with its color.
The below infographic provides a look at how long distance relationships successfully survive. With more than 3 million Americans living in a long distance relationship, they see each other an average of 1.5 times a month and speak every 2.7 days for only a half hour. Majority of couples do not expect to be in a long distance relationship after 14 months and are currently working on plans to get closer together.