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Long distance relationship that will last!

In this step-by-step guide you will reap the following benefits:
- How to prepare before getting into a long distance relationship.
- How to have constant communication with your partner.
- Get tips on what you can do together though you are apart.
- How to find time for each other.
- How to avoid saboteur.
- How to survive being apart.
- How to resolve conflicts and arguments.
- Get tips about long distance relationship and sex.
- How to make the relationship last.
- And much more.

Published: RZ Aklat on
ISBN: 9781501429613
List price: $3.99
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