Do You Want To Be Able To Connect and Instantly Deepen Your Bond With Your Loved One No Matter How Busy You Are?
>>> Why you need to read this book
Whether your relationship is a new romance, or one that has passed the test of time, there might be days when you wonder how to keep the fire burning.
As you read this book, you’ll discover amazingly simple little things successful couples do to show their love and connect with their loved one in just minutes a day, even if they’re busy parents with young kids!
We call them the “Little Love Boosters for a Happy Marriage” because they:
✓ require no cooperation from your spouse
✓ take very little of your time—sometimes only seconds!
✓ you can do them at home
✓ are free!
>>> No fancy jargon
You won’t be wasting your time sifting through useless jargon. Instead, you’ll find straight-to-the-point advice, proven by the author and his wife themselves.
>>> The results are magical. Download this book now to find out how you can achieve them too.
If you’re serious about taking your marriage from “just fine” to “the marriage we’ve always wanted” and you want that feel-good sensation to last and just keep growing by the day, download this book today while it’s on special promotion.
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About the Author
Marko Petkovic is best-selling author of the 47 Little Love Boosters For a Happy Marriage, the Feel Good Marriage and The 5 Little Love Rituals. He is also the creator of feelgoodrituals.com, dedicated to helping people achieve healthy, fulfilling relationships, personal success and abundance. He believes that successful relationships are acts of doing, not having, and can therefore be learned. Married for more than fifteen years, Marko writes for modern women and men of the twenty-first century who struggle balancing their professional work with home and raising kids while trying to be good partners to their life mates. He believes seemingly overwhelming problems can and should be broken down into simple, actionable steps that anyone can start implementing immediately. In that spirit, he strives for all of his work to be practical and down-to-earth, teaching only things that work and pass the test of common sense. Marko is also the father of two boys. He would like to consider himself to be a kickass husband and father, but he still screws up every now and then. When this happens, he says to himself, “Tomorrow, I’ll do better,” and sees those everyday family challenges as inspiration for his own work. He starts his day early and believes that hope is not a plan.