As we answered the same queries -- ranging from small and specific (what's his/her cuisine of choice?) to big and broad (where does he/she see him/herself living in 10 years?Adding photos was optional, but I'm detail-oriented and uploaded a pic that showcased a good hair Happy Couple presented us each day with five multiple-choice questions exploring six categories: communication, emotion, sex, responsibility, recreation, and information.It's like a quiz you'd take in, but virtual and geared toward men, too -- and only takes about three minutes to complete.I'm among you -- I met my boyfriend Jeremy on Match a year and three months ago (definitely not counting), "matching" thanks to our shared affinity for country music, running, and ill-humored television.And while I underwent cringe-worthy dates with other dudes prior, I do believe online apps have a knack for at least Except now there's a new app called Happy Couple, which is actually designed to strengthen existing bonds between people in established relationships.If you think flowers are cliché, that's fine (but Bound to happen eventually, a "mismatch" opens the table up for interesting discussion.And Happy Couple actually provides you with a messaging platform on which to chat about such discrepancies, but Jeremy and I preferred to do so in person or over the phone: "Good to know you're all about zip-lining on vacation!
"The app definitely sparks some interesting conversations," he told me.
"You think you know your partner, but there is always more to learn -- it uncovers little things that wouldn't normally come up, which has only proved to be a good thing." So if you're a couple looking to work on your communication -- whether you met online or IRL; are six months in or six years married -- the app definitely acts as a springboard for starting relationship-building dialogue about feelings, values, and aspirations.
It touches on some bold, albeit relevant topics, like "city versus suburbs? " -- so if you've been anxious about bringing them up, Happy Couple is the mediator at your fingertips doing it for you and taking some pressure off.
Points are good -- they increased our score and helped us move up levels as a team, just like in every other game ever invented except for Additionally, each match reveals new relationship tips and challenges to engage in together or surprise each other with.
One day, the app "challenged" Jeremy to bring me flowers, which he (very wisely) accepted and trotted up my fourth-floor walk-up.