Relate


3 minutes a week to develop a closer connection to your significant other

 

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Relate


3 minutes a week to develop a closer connection to your significant other

 

 

do you have that nagging feeling you could do more for your relationship?

You invest heavily in other areas of your life and know deep down inside you should do the same for your relationship but can't find the time or resources that fit your busy life.  Relate can help.

 

Who's This For?


It's not for relationships in crisis. Relate is for any serious relationship with a solid foundation but with room for improvement.

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Who's This For?


It's not for relationships in crisis. Relate is for any serious relationship with a solid foundation but with room for improvement.

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What is it?

Relate is based on decades of relational maintenance theory research from leading universities. Our goal is to use science and data online to prompt you to take offline action on your relationship. It's also a handy virtual assistant for your relationship.

How it works

There is no app to install and no password to remember. The entire program is handled via text message to make it easy and discreet. Your name is never attached to your data, and your significant other cannot see your data. 

Is it counseling?

Unlike a counselor, Relate is able to collect thousands of bits of information about you and your relationship. Then Relate's algorithms can compare your data to thousands of other couples  to craft a personalized coaching program.

Customized Coaching


Relate learns how you tick the more you work with it to customize coaching to your relationship's unique needs.

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Customized Coaching


Relate learns how you tick the more you work with it to customize coaching to your relationship's unique needs.

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The numbers

Millions of people

CDC data says that there were 2,096,000 marriages in the U.S. in 2010 and 872,000 divorces. At Relate we are passionate about making relationships better because we know that if significant others in all relationships are happy, the world will be a better place for us all.

the cost

Society, economy, children

The average divorce costs at least $15,000.  But even more important is the impact divorce and unhappy relationships have on children and our society. We want to change this by giving couples the tools they need to manage their relationship on a consistent basis.

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It's free and fast

There are millions of couples in the U.S. and investing in each one is important. No matter what condition your relationship is in, we encourage you to join our beta test group for free to improve your relationship and  to help us improve our relationship management algorithms.