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Problem Statement

Long distance relationships are very difficult to deal with, especially if couples are separated by different time zones. During such scenarios, interpreting emotions like love, longing, conflict etc. is very difficult because the possibility of misinterpreting these emotions is highly likely. Emotions like love and longing have a better chance at being understood the right way but conflict can be extremely misunderstood. Bottling up the emotion of anger is a very common process in couples to avoid uncomfortable situations and this pent up anger grows with time. Ranging from passive aggression to violent aggression, conflict has many layers that couples usually find themselves stuck between and these emotions vary immensely with time. Thus, getting the timing right is extremely important for couples to effectively resolve conflicts. 

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