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How To Love Forever - cover

How To Love Forever

Damian Miles

Publisher: Damian Miles

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Summary

This book will help you have a long lasting loving relationship. 
You may often hear of how high the divorce rate is, and assume that it's difficult to have a long and loving relationship. What you don't really hear about though, are the millions of people, who have been together - FOR MANY MANY YEARS - in a close and loving relationship. They get on with enjoying life together without it hitting the headlines. 
If you do a web search, you can find many stories on line of people who have loved together for many years. I've just done a search and found a story of a couple who have been married for eighty two years. 
I would encourage you to spend time reading these stories. Make reading them a habit. The more of these stories you read, the more you'll come to believe that having a long and loving relationship is normal. This increases your chances of living a long and loving relationship. 
Reading these stories will also show you many of the "secrets" to having a long and loving relationship. 
In this book I'll reveal some of those secrets to you and other ideas and things you can do to increase your chances of staying together, in love, for many many years. 
Enjoy the read and enjoy loving forever.

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