Brownie Points for Couples
A better way to communicate as a couple!
Do you ever feel like the struggle to communicate with your significant other is just too stressful?
Maybe the saying, “men are from mars, and women are from venus,” hits too close to home for you…
Sometimes, telling your partner exactly what you want and need can be difficult. That’s right, believe it, or not some folks have a hard time talking about what is bothering them while others are blunter. Those who have no issue saying what’s on their mind typically feel they have to be the “mindreader” in a relationship. If this sounds familiar, it’s time to devise a plan to bridge the communication gap with your partner.
But here’s the thing, wishing for a better way to communicate might not be the most strategic approach to solving this problem.
Wouldn’t it be easier if you could send them daily reminders without actually having to be blunt about it? Almost like social media for you and your partner. If I have your attention, you should check out Brownie Points for Couples, a new app invented by Steve and built by Davison!
Davison's Better Way:
The Brownie Points for couples app was developed to allow couples to evaluate their overall relationship. So, this is not just for those couples that are “having problems”; it’s also for the couples that are looking to take their relationship to a new level by promoting honesty, but that’s not all this app does…
This app can help resolve conflicts while increasing the excitement in your relationship through positive or negative points you give one another throughout the day.
If you’re looking for a way to bring that playful, honest element back to the relationship, Brownie Points for couples might just be the solution you are looking for!
So, stop wishing your partner would tell you exactly what they want and earn yourself some brownie points when you suggest, Brownie Points for couples!
The Davison team was hired to create this app. We were not hired to market, promote or attempt to generate profit for the client. The client has not profited from this product.