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Long Distance Couples: An Activities Handbook for Strengthening Long Distance Relationships 1st Edition
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Buy a copy of the "Person of the Year" issue of Time magazine and past a picture of her on the cover. Write an article about why she should be the person of the year and send it to her.
Buy a box of chocolates. Under each chocolate place a short note.
Every night for a week write down 10 things you appreciate about her. By the end of the week you will have written over 70 things. Send the list to her in a romantic card.
Before you leave give him a jar containing the same number of M&M's as days you will be away. Instruct him to eat just one a day in your absence.
Send a "Heart Attack". Cut out heart shaped pieces of paper and write on them the things you appreciate about her. Place all the hearts in an envelope and send them to her.
Have a favorite photograph of the two of you made into a jigsaw puzzle. Send her a few pieces with every letter.
Research his family tree. Send what you find to him.
Write a letter as if you were stranded on a deserted island. Place the message in a bottle and send it to her.
Make a list of 5 things you can do to be more unselfish in your relationship and then DO THEM!!!
Go on virtual dates together on the Internet. A few ideas include attending concerts, going to the zoo or museums.
Use a video camera to give him a "tour" of the place you are staying and the things you do during the day.
I found this handbook to be full of fun ideas I can do from a distance to increase the number of positive interactions in my relationship to keep it healthy. I highly recommend it if you are looking for ideas to stay in touch.
Find something else. Anything else.
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It's not what I was looking for...I thought that it was something that would help strengthening a relationship that has having problems...not a "dating" guide...Published on July 2, 2013 by Amazon Customer
kinda lame. it is priduced to make more of a coloring book style- as in its super thin and not really like a book. it jsut lists activities. very dissapointed. Read morePublished on February 15, 2012 by hern
This pamphlet has mostly completely silly, or completely obvious activities. There are very few options that I found to be helpful, and a lot are outdated.Published on January 3, 2012 by MJ
Granted this product wasn't too expensive, but it's definitely something you shouldn't pay for. I found it to be a bit out of date, and also just really a list of things to do, not... Read morePublished on January 27, 2010 by BLynn85
The term "Handbook" does not even describe this ... more like a cheap magazine insert. Silly ideas. Sorry, not worth it.Published on August 13, 2006 by LMJ
This book is thinner than a magazine and geared toward married couples who will be apart for a period of time. Read morePublished on February 19, 2006 by J. L. Fuhrman