"Couples who make time to sit down together and evaluate their relationship regularly are able to identify problems before they become irresolvable."
The Wall Street Journal

The Relationship Check-up allows you and your partner to talk about how your relationship is going, set goals, and clear things out.  It takes less than 10 minutes.
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What is your e-mail? *

Will be used to send you the results.
 
What is your partner's name / nickname?

 
What positive praise do you have for your relationship? *

 
Rate the following strengths in your relatioship on a scale of 1 to 5.

 
We are good friends. *

1 = disagree | 5 = agree





 
Our relationship is a high priority for both of us. *

1 = disagree | 5 = agree





 
We chat, touch base, or check in regularly about what’s going on in our separate day-to-day lives. *

1 = disagree | 5 = agree





 
We laugh or smile together *

1 = disagree | 5 = agree





 
Are the following statements regarding your relationship true or false?

 
We don’t regularly spend enough quality time together. *


 
We don’t clearly and effectively communicate our wants and needs to each other. *


 
We are unhappy with our sex life. *


 
We tend to disagree more than agree when it comes to money issues. *


 
Work stress can be an issue for us. *


 
Identify one thing in your marriage you would like to improve. (Example: Talk more over dinner.) *

 
You want to {{answer_13430399}}. Great! In a few words, describe how you and {{answer_13479273}} will accomplish this ? *

 
Now, pick a date to review the outcome. *

Experts advice doing relationship check-ups every 2 to 4 weeks.
 
Sign off with a positive goal. (Example: “Susan, I we will make more time for each other. Love, Steve.”) *

 
Did you find this relationship check-up helpful? *

     
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