Because it’s easy to bring external stressors into our relationships and let little issues build up, the perspective tracker stimulates self-reflection and visualises patterns (both good and bad) over time.
Because many things don’t come up in day-to-day conversation but are still crucial to understanding and appreciating each other, discovery questions spark curiosity and learning; have a laugh, feel understood, and process hypotheticals before they happen.
Because many desires for ourselves and our relationships exist only in our heads or are discussed in passing, goal recommendations and setting encourage intentional action to break cycles and/or work towards something together.
The recommendations and exercises in Eros are informed in part by psychological research and interviews with relationship counselors and therapists.
Eros balances “serious” recommendations and questions with more lighthearted ones so that it’s an overall playful way to explore your relationship.
Technology and AI enable a more responsive and personal experience for you and your partner.
Given that Eros is not yet live, we would appreciate any feedback. Only 3 quick questions, all optional!