Making Long Distance Commuter Marriages Work

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Making Long Distance Commuter Marriages Work
How to Make Long Distance Relationships Sizzle and How to Manage a Narcissist

To this end, when the couple can spend time together, Dr. Bonnie reminds them to engage in mini-connections: "make sure you're getting the most of your together time. Do a 30 second hug or a 20 second kiss to release oxytocin and dopamine which are the brain chemicals that make us feel connected, bonded, and loved." And don't forget about daily verbal aphrodisiacs - tell each other what you love about the other person. While working out the logistics of living life apart, don't forget to act romantically with each other.

For more on narcissism, watch Dr. Bonnie's video: http://youtu.be/nmEShUlejj8


 

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