We often maintain what we think is a happy relationship by ignoring our early trivial differences. Eventually this becomes habitual. Many relationship habits that we consider to be ok actually cause us harm. For instance, the advice: “some things you discuss with your friends, but not your partner” can be considered wise, but is it really? At Compass, we talk about these very things.
An eye-opening insightful look at relationships via an online workout designed to be carried out at your own pace in your own time. You will receive a download link directly after purchase. Please use the form on the contact page if you have any questions you’d like to ask before you order.
A chance to have a look at your own relationship with one of our coaches, the strengths, the areas to think about and the exercises worth trying. Relationship MOT’s are provided via an online video chat. You will be contacted by one of our relationship coaches within 48 hours of purchase to arrange a convenient time. Please use the form on the contact page if you’d like to ask any questions before you book.
Why is expert relationship advice only given to those that are in trouble? Why can’t those in good relationships, or even single, have access to it? I love my partner, we don’t need counselling, but that doesn’t mean I never have questions. This is exactly why we started this service. Get your own Personal Relationship Coach to chat to online, anytime, from anywhere, as often as you like and about anything, no matter how trivial, in fact, the more trivial the better. First month is free and you can opt out at any time.
"I can't recommend this annual checkup highly enough. It's the wake up call we all need"
"Like most, we had our issues but we ignored them because they were silly. Now we realise that these silly issues are the very ones we need to talk about"
"For me 'The CoupledomTrap' is the most honest and direct approach to how we should be looking at our relationships. It not only explains the problem but Tal Araim seems to have found the cure."
“I would encourage anyone, who is about to commit to a long term relationship, to read Tal's book, with an open mind and a sense of humour…..it might prevent a lot of heartache later!”