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Long Distance Love
Title : Long Distance Love
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Whether you are two hours or two continents apart, this is the book you and your partner need to help ride the highs and smooth out the lows of your relationship. In it you'll find practical advice and communication tools and technologies for long distance relationships in the 21st century, and you'll read the personal stories of many long-distance couples who have overcomWhether you are two hours or two continents apart, this is the book you and your partner need to help ride the highs and smooth out the lows of your relationship. In it you'll find practical advice and communication tools and technologies for long distance relationships in the 21st century, and you'll read the personal stories of many long-distance couples who have overcome the difficulties of dating far-away partners. Long Distance Love also includes some great and extremely useful lists, including: -60 Long Distance Activities (fun and unique ideas for those times when a regular Skype chat is not enough) -11 Letter "Tuck-in" Ideas (affordable little trinkets you can mail) -10 Care Package Ideas (the best things to box) -10 Digital Care Package Ideas (because sometimes free gifts are the best gifts) -75 "Conversation Topics" Questions (to spark compelling conversations) Long distance relationships may be hard, but with the help of this book, they can at least be enjoyable!


Long Distance Love Reviews

  • Lisa Reads & Reviews

    I wish this book existed when I was involved in long distance relationships. Jacqueline Boss must have spent quite a bit of thought on the subject and has compiled a comprehensive analysis of the bumps and bruises that distance can impose on a romance. She offers practical solutions using internet technology, along with tweaking of attitudes and heightening of awareness--all things useful in making the relationship work. Back in the day, I had to wing it, with only letters, telegrams (added a li [...]

  • X.A.J. Bailly

    This is a short book that offers an "airplane view" of the most common issues arising in a long-distance relationship and how to solve them. While the compact format makes for easy and quick reading, the book still manages to provide a whole array of advice and tips.That being said, I regretted three things:- one is that the book is totally deprived of humor. It is written in a serious tone while the subject in itself is fairly superficial, and is treated fairly superficially in this short forma [...]

  • Darrell Nelson

    This book has some practical information sandwiched between two gems of wisdom.The first is in the very first paragraph: "Hey, guess what? Relationships almost always fail, period."That is something to remember about any relationship.The second is in the last paragraph: "Your relationship is your own and it is up to you and your partner to make it work, "Like everything in life. There is no sure path to success, but the sure path to failure is having other people tell you how to live.A lot of wh [...]

  • Zrinka Jelic

    This is an instructional book on how to make your long distance relationship work. At one point or antoher many of us found themselves in a long distance relationship. People around you are quick to dissmiss it as "the distance will do its thing" and "it will never last" and yes, those kind of relationships are hard to maintain mostly due to well, the distance. But as in every relationship the communication is the key. Most of the advices (if not all) can be applied to any relationship, long dis [...]

  • Georgie

    If I ever found myself in a long-distance relationship, this would be the first resource I would turn to. “Long Distance Love” is crammed with ideas for nurturing a closeness that might otherwise suffer. Ms Boss begins by explaining why long distance relationships are difficult. You cannot see your partner, so miss those all-important body language clues. There is no intimacy.She tackles subjects such as jealousy and infidelity, as well as the perils of relationships between people who have [...]

  • Emanuel Grigoras

    I never gave much thought to long term relationship because I always thought that is something that you have to go through only temporary because you get separated for a short period of time. It is strange to think that people will choose to call love something that I would only call friendship.Although I found the first part dry it was useful as an introduction to the subject. The second part is full of tips and tricks that are interesting. Some of them are universally useful. After the last pa [...]

  • Michael B.

    When my wife and I were apart for 10 months during our engagement way back in 2001, we could have used a book like “Long Distance Love”. Being apart is hard and Jacqueline Boss seems to get that. While most of the pace of the book is directed primarily towards young people, there is a comprehensive list of activities near the end of the book that is applicable to anyone in any age category. I think this Activities list is worth the price of the book. There are a lot of websites and links to [...]

  • Emma Jaye

    Aimed at younger adults in the school/college age groups this book gives the low down on how to use (mostly) modern technology to keep a dating relationship going, both for people who have met in person and those that haven't. It also considers how to help friends and family, particularly the couple's parents, to accept the relationship. I would considered 'Dating at a Distance' a more appropriate title for this work.It is largely based on the authors own experiences, but I would have liked to h [...]

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