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Fort Washington, Maryland Oct 8, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Love: Interactive Therapy is included with your marriedbook lifetime membership, available November 1st, 2021.

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About Love: Interactive Therapy:

Love: Interactive Therapy is a relationship application and interactive program for married couples looking to stimulate love, affection, romance, and intimacy in their relationship. Build a stronger more intimate bond with your partner and improve your relationship and love life. Complete daily challenges, complete simple daily and weekly evaluations and have a great time rating your partner’s progress as they rate and review your own. Simple and fun, both partners have an equal say. *For married couples, engaged or in a healthy long-term relationship.

Benefits of Love: Interactive Therapy:

Develop a Fun and More Pleasant Relationship
Gain Deeper Intimacy and Romance
Create Better Understanding & Cooperation

Daily Challenge:

During the Daily Challenge, you are both given 3 goals to achieve each day. After the end of the day, each partner gives a quick assessment of how well the other partner achieved those goals. You both then review the results and end the day. Merit points are given to your partner based upon how well they achieved those goals. Merit Badges are also earned as you gain Merit Points. Results and progress are carried on to the next day and throughout the week. Each week, you are given 3 new goals to achieve daily for 4 weeks in total. The assessment and review only take a few minutes each day and are very simple to complete. The development can also continue long after the 4-week goal is achieved. All progress can be saved.

Weekly Assessment:

At the end of seven days of your daily challenges, you and your partner will be given a weekly assessment. Each evaluation session is a few minutes. You and your partner each respond to a series of phrases through several response options. You then review each other’s responses and then conclude the session with discussions or silent reflection. Each private session can last 5-15 minutes. The complete couple’s session can last from 30 minutes to an hour. Once the weekly assessment is completed, a new week is started with new Daily Challenges and goals.

Time Involved:

Weekly assessments are simple but can grant amazing insight for both partners to reflect upon. You both can discuss the results or can opt to not discuss the results after they have been reviewed. The option to go over areas of concern is also available. No 3rd party is ever needed.

Merits and Rewards:

Merit Badges are earned through progress. Your partner’s assessment of your progress determines the points earned and the badges you receive. You also in turn determine your partner’s progress equally. Your perspective of your partner and your partner’s perspective of you is what matters most here, not the accuracy of the assessment. This is what is reflected over time and inspires motivation on both sides. Accountability is also automatic and helps keep your progress honest and fair without any 3rd party intervention.

Love: Interactive Therapy Features:

Private & confidential. No 3rd party is ever required.
Gain and give merits and badges to your partner with progress.
Gives amazing results in the first session and grants even better results progressively.
Both partners’ input equally matters.
Good for new or experienced married couples.
Can be used to strengthen your relationship or bond.
Can be used to learn more about yourself, your partner, and your relationship.
Good as a stand-alone product or can be used in addition to counseling or therapy.
No extra fees or hidden costs. The application can be used as often as needed.

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