Finding love on the internet is easy, but can you solve your relationship problems online?

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Karla Stephens-Tolstoy founded an online relationship management platform,, which is basically social media for couples who want their love to last in these busy times. The idea came to her years ago when she was working crazy hours at the expense of her relationship.

"We had a great relationship, but my husband and I were always working, sacrificing time that could have been used to strengthen our connection," she explains. "Tokii was conceived to help busy couples, who didn't have time to improve their relationships, by making relationship-strengthening activities quick and easily accessible."

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