Wednesday, June 27, 2012
I was given the opportunity to review Power of Two, an online program that teaches couples how to stop fighting, how to communicate in a relationship, and how to build trust and enhance intimacy. The program includes videos, podcasts, worksheets, and interactive exercises and is for couples at all stages of their relationship. You can work the program on your own schedule and can do it alone or with your partner.
Jason isn't much on reading material on how to improve or better life areas. It's not that he doesn't care; It's that he just doesn't like to read. He started Power of Two with me and we discussed some of the skills that we learned about how to save a marriage, but I ended up doing the majority of the work on Power of Two. After watching videos and reading material, I usually go to Jason and discuss with him what I've learned. It's definitely helped broaden communication between me and Jason and it opens up discussion on our opinions.
The Power of Two curriculum is based on the fundamental belief that with the right skills almost every conflict in a relationship can have a win-win solution. Power of Two teaches the skills to help you avoid fights and eliminate compromise with effective communication skills and win-win solutions for your disagreements.
The cost of Power of Two is $18 per month. I think that's a little steep but it is a lot less expensive than going to therapy. You can spend as little or as much time as you want on the site. Power of Two is informative and has helped steer me in a more positive direction with my relationship with Jason.
I received a free membership to Power of Two for review. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services. Your opinions and results may differ.