12 Improvement Factors

We would like to introduce you our twelve development factors. Based on our research and experience, we have outlined these factors which will lead to the improvement of your relationship.
Icon   Relaxation

Relaxation is any method or activity that helps people to attain a state of calmness. Reducing the levels of anxiety or tension in your life can lead to a better interaction between you and your partner.

Objective : Using different relaxation techniques to decrease stress levels.
Icon   The Five Senses

Sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch are faculties by which outside stimuli are perceived. We don’t always fully exercise the potential of these five senses within our relationships. We can improve the exchange of positive perceptions for each couple by learning to fully implement our sensory awareness.

Objective : Discovering positive energies through the five senses.
Icon   Communication

Communication is considered the key issue for couples. Everyone has their own method of interacting with their partner. Introducing concepts, such as communication levels, intensity, and balance, we would like to offer optional ways to improve communication within your relationship.

Objective : Developing a specific culture of communication for each couple.
Icon   Emotions

An emotion is a felt experience. When someone says or does something that is personally significant to you, your emotions respond along with associated thoughts, physiological changes, and a desire to do something. Emotions can be positive (pride, hope, relief) or negative (anger, frustration, jealousy).

Objective : Integrating the concepts of the emotional intelligence.
Icon   Objectivity

Our point of view is often linked to our past experiences, our culture, our beliefs and how we view our lives. Our nature is to be subjective, but it can cost us a lot.

Objective : Increasing the objectivity in order to make sound judgements and good decisions.
Icon   Linguistics

Linguistics is the scientific study of language. Conversational confusion between men and women is common. Conversation can break down even with the best intentions. Conversation styles based on origin, culture, or individual personality can cause disappointment and misunderstanding.

Objective : Introducing a simple approach of understanding linguistic subtleties.
Icon   Interpersonal Knowledge

Knowing your partner can be difficult. More emotionally intelligent couples know the most important information about each other (life objectives, worries, small secrets, small happiness or pleasure).

Objective : Improving the knowledge of the partners has a stronger impact faced with adversity.
Icon   Affection

Affection is the emotional realm of love. Close friendship is the basis of a long-term relationship. It is very important that tenderness, respect and esteem are an integral part of the interactions between partners. These qualities are the best medicine.

Objective : Improving the capacity for affection.
Icon   Influence

Partners influence each other by exchanging goods and services. Each partner has an influence on the decisions made by the couple. A mutual and balanced influence nurtures the relationship.

Objective : Increasing the influence skills.
Icon   Cohesion

Cohesion is the way in which couples construct their relationships in defining their inner and external boundaries. Couples determine how they share their time, dreams, affection and activities

Objective : Creating new ways to determine the elements of cohesion.
Icon   Allocation

Allocation is the way in which couples coordinate their own activities in the areas of work, family, spirituality, etc. The couple has to determine the roles of each partner and to define the values of their life together.

Objective : A better coordination in order to achieve the couple's goals.
Icon   Meta-messages

Meta-messages are the non-verbal messages, such as gestures, body language, or posture, facial expressions, and eye contact. Each relationship has its own secret code

Objective : Developing the non-verbal language within the relationship.