It is not merely a nuisance that the current climate has taken a toll on all of us individually. The past eight months have demonstrated how a worldwide pandemic can add stress to our professional lives, social lives, and unsurprisingly, our romantic lives.
The current tech-market is stocked with a variety of apps meant for those looking to better their love lives. But one of them that stands out is Relish – a personal trainer, couple’s therapist, and relationship coach, all in one. The app allows couples to work on specific issues, such as communication or intimacy, allowing their relationship to grow with every session.
Now, I know you’re thinking “Do relationship apps work?” You might be surprised to hear it, but yes! Many people are looking for the comfort of a therapist’s office. But in these uncertain times, working on your relationship from the comfort of your home might be your best bet.
Don’t believe us yet? Here are ways Relish works to help your relationship.
One of the many benefits of having Relish is how readily available it is to you – something that differs from couple’s therapy. If you’re feeling unsure about how to approach an issue with your partner, you can log on to the app, read some lessons, go on its peer support forum (Connect), or even reach out to your personal coach for advice – a better alternative to acting on anger or waiting for your next session.
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Relish is designed to give its users an optimal experience. Every profile is tailored to meet the needs of the person navigating the app. After a series of intricate questions, Relish will provide you with you and your partner’s attachment style, love language, and an array of relationship quizzes and lesson plans to help you evolve into a better partnership.
The average cost for a couple’s therapy session is between $150-500. Relish offers the same experience from the comfort of your home at a fraction of the cost. With a 7-day free trial, its users are given the opportunity to explore all of the benefits of couple’s counseling without breaking the bank or worrying about insurance coverage.
Relationships aren’t a walk in the park, but taking a step towards change, such as downloading an app, can make them slightly easier for both parties.