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Customized Advice for Couples
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Start by answering a series of questions, then you'll get a report tailored specifically to your relationship.
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Tackle Common Sources of Relationship Stress
When partners handle their finances in different ways, they can stress their relationship, and that can lead to a breakup. Takes Two gives you tips for working together on your finances and eliminates one of the biggest problems for couples.
Whether we like it or not, we all need to get stuff done around the house. Sometimes one of the best things about knowing the way you naturally take action is that you can make annoying stuff (like chores) less annoying.
Your words and actions are speaking - loudly. Takes Two helps you understand one another's styles for taking action and helps you communicate in ways that work.
ARIE LUYENDYK AND LAUREN (BURNHAM) LUYENDYK
"It's a lifesaver! Now that we're married, the aspects of Takes Two are prominent: the chores, the finances, and now the travel. I understand her better and that saves us a lot of drama in our relationship." Arie Luyendyk, Takes Two fan
Takes Two is a fun and fast way to learn about each other. You'll get tips to work better together and learn what to let go of, and what to hold on to.
ANNE AND EDDIE
TINA AND JONATHAN
"I learned that I married somebody who's a very good balance to who I am. It was fascinating to find out where we're similar and certainly where we differ in our relationship." Anne L., Takes Two fan
Takes Two is customized advice for couples. You'll learn:
- How to trust your instincts, instead of trying to fix each other
- How to avoid stress over simple things like vacations and chores
- Practical tips for defusing conflict before it blows up a relationship