Looking to improve employee wellbeing and productivity by helping employees' build resilience and relationship competence?
Looking to restore feelings of love, joy, trust and mutual respect in your relationship with your life partner?
ALL relationships face a similar set of hurdles. Success comes from being equipped to get over the hurdles.
Over the last 20+ years, working with countless couples, we've observed that ALL successful relationships exhibit 4 simple, yet fundamental, habits.
On the flip side, every failing relationship we've ever seen, lacks one or more of them.
The habits help us get over the hurdles of frustration that come from those key issues of Unmet Expectations, Poor Conflict Resolution skills, Trust & Respect Issues, and Poor Communication.
That was the message our Co-founders shared in their Mar 2019 TEDx talk, The 4 Habits of ALL Successful Relationships.
Their 'big idea' - proactively developing key relationship skills can be the difference between success and failure in long-term relationships. Waiting until things break down before going to counselling is often too little, too late.
Watch their TEDx Talk here [fa icon="long-arrow-right"]
Relationship and family breakdown is a huge problem across the globe. Half of all long-term couple relationships don't "go the distance" with far reaching implications for the emotional and mental health of the individuals concerned and any children involved. Family and friends are also impacted, as is society at large. In 2019, the think tank Research Foundation estimated that family breakdown is costing UK tax payers circa £51 bn per annum.
Relationship breakdown is also fuelling mental illness and suicide. In 2016, the Mental Health Foundation concluded that relationship breakdown is killing us as a society at roughly the same rate as smoking and alcohol and faster than obesity and lack of exercise.
We believe it doesn't have to be that way.
Through our own personal experience, and having worked with countless couples over the past couple of decades, we know that adopting a proactive approach to relationships is often the difference between success and failure.
By equipping people with the required skills to face inevitable challenges in their relationships early, we aim to help improve emotional and mental health statistics by dramatically reducing both divorce and co-habiting breakup rates. Our ten-year goal is to help 1,000,000 people take practical steps to build stronger relationships and enjoy better health and wellbeing.