When the young boy got to know that his girlfriend is having a bad day, he decided to show up at her workplace.
We have an innate desire to do everything we can for those we love and cherish, whether it be a parent, sibling, pet, or partner. During times of difficulty, we are naturally inclined to run to their aid, providing support and nurturing care to help them regain their footing. Today, if you were having a bad day at work, you would want to be surrounded by someone who loves and understands you. Everyone nowadays believes they are too busy or too caught up in their lives to have time for others, but a teenager on TikTok has proved otherwise.
The boy went viral for going to great lengths to cheer up his girlfriend after she had a bad day and the internet cannot stop fawning over him. Tabi Metivier Nance, who goes by @tabimetiviernance on TikTok, shared a video of driving an hour with her son to visit a local Ulta beauty store. “When you drive your son an hour to surprise his girlfriend when she’s having a bad day,” the caption read. The video, which received over 25.8 million views on TikTok, shows him walking around the store and looking for his girlfriend. When he finds her, he comes up from behind to give her a surprise.
She jumps into her boyfriend’s arms in a heartbeat and wraps her legs around him in an adorable embrace. She was so taken aback by his spontaneous gesture that she began to cry before exchanging any words. His girlfriend was indeed having a bad day and his presence was all she needed at that time. These actions can make someone feel loved, valued, and connected, preventing them from feeling isolated. It's not necessarily about going out of your way to please someone or make them happy; it's about simply being present for them, both physically and mentally. Even a brief text or an unexpected visit, like that of this loving young boy, can have a significant impact and strengthen the foundation of any relationship.
This video, which has now gone viral, exudes pure happiness and joy and continues to warm the hearts of viewers across social media platforms. "The fact that his mum was willing to do it makes it so much sweeter," wrote @lizzzziiieeeeeee. "My husband used to catch rides from his friends when he was my bf and do this, so as a mom I will be doing this with my son," added @senora_suly. "Now that is what you call a supportive boyfriend and mum to her son. Ma'am, I applaud you, fab job done," said @jessh1987. "He said 'Are you crying' multiple times to make sure she was ok," commented @kimblem8. "It was so cute when he was like are you crying? Are you crying?" added @ella0_o1.