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On Point For Love: Episode 57

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Today’s article is about long distance relationships. For some, the distance is a good help to slowly open up to the relationship without the incessant presence of the partner. The romance stays kindled because you aren’t around the person 24/7. Long Distance Romances can also be very frustrating. There is often little or no intimacy, hugging, kissing or sex. Yet people all around the world are involved in these Long Distance Relationships or LDRs. Who are these people? On average they live 125 miles apart. They talk to each other every 2.7 days. Their average phone calls lasted thirty minutes. And, they usually wait fourteen months before moving close to each other. But for those fourteen months, how did these couples make these LDRs work?

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