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Learn How Your Relationship 
Can Be A Tight Knit Team
 
in Sarah E. Brown's TEDx Talk
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  What People Are Saying:
OMG, Sarah, both A and I agree this is so us. . . I can see based on our results how we may find ourselves in confrontation sometimes. . . I believe what you have provided is way better than knowing each other’s ‘love language.’ Love, although a great benefit in marriage; it may not always be what keeps you together. Understanding each other’s logic and feelings through the Book of You™, in my opinion is extremely important to longevity.” ~ D and A
“P and I had a while in the car today in which I read the reports aloud to her and we discussed them. Very helpful to us! Many of our similarities and differences were familiar to us, but it was useful to talk about them as a couple, each giving responses to each point. Some we knew. Others we also knew we knew. Some were suprising by rang true once we discussed them. . . I was moved nearly to tears to read two of the three items that “P should never do to D,” because those have been sore points. Having a third party name them means a lot to me." ~D and P
“[We] were incredibly surprised to see how much we knew was true for ourselves and each other” ~M and C
“I met a very intriguing man who reached out to me with great interest and desire to get to know me. He actually sent me a love test which we took together on one of our phone dates. Wow! We had so much in common. Both Romantics. Nice.
 
In response, I suggested we try the Couples Online Tool from the Book of You™. At first glance it looked possible. We live hours apart so we had to make plans that allowed for an over night.
 
At first it was great. We spent 2 solid days together. But, as time went on I felt uneasy even though he seemed delighted. He sent me emoji hearts and flowers when he got home, while I wondered about the future of this relationship.
 
After not hearing from him for 3 days while I kept texting him and trying to call, I looked carefully at the online tool for couples that we had gotten and noticed a a few things immediately: This guy’s style is to always be doing something – planned. But I love to be spontaneous and decide on the spot.  I wanted to stay another night; he HAD to go home to change his tires. Waaaah?
 
Then I saw that I am going to have a tendency to be much more outspoken than his needs can accommodate. I guess that is why I have not heard from him since that 2 day experience.  
 
I wondered if I should put this relationship on ice? And then I noticed, while we have some interests in common, it is not a lot. And his usual style in general is diametrically different from my needs. I will wait to see if I hear from him. I suspect not, but if I do, we are going to have a conversation on how we navigate these differences."~S of M and S:










  What People Are Saying:
OMG, Sarah, both A and I agree this is so us. . . I can see based on our results how we may find ourselves in confrontation sometimes. . . I believe what you have provided is way better than knowing each other’s ‘love language.’ Love, although a great benefit in marriage; it may not always be what keeps you together. Understanding each other’s logic and feelings through the Book of You™, in my opinion is extremely important to longevity.” ~ D and A
“P and I had a while in the car today in which I read the reports aloud to her and we discussed them. Very helpful to us! Many of our similarities and differences were familiar to us, but it was useful to talk about them as a couple, each giving responses to each point. Some we knew. Others we also knew we knew. Some were suprising by rang true once we discussed them. . . I was moved nearly to tears to read two of the three items that “P should never do to D,” because those have been sore points. Having a third party name them means a lot to me." ~D and P
“[We] were incredibly surprised to see how much we knew was true for ourselves and each other” ~M and C
“I met a very intriguing man who reached out to me with great interest and desire to get to know me. He actually sent me a love test which we took together on one of our phone dates. Wow! We had so much in common. Both Romantics. Nice.
 
In response, I suggested we try the Couples Online Tool from the Book of You™. At first glance it looked possible. We live hours apart so we had to make plans that allowed for an over night.
 
At first it was great. We spent 2 solid days together. But, as time went on I felt uneasy even though he seemed delighted. He sent me emoji hearts and flowers when he got home, while I wondered about the future of this relationship.
 
After not hearing from him for 3 days while I kept texting him and trying to call, I looked carefully at the online tool for couples that we had gotten and noticed a a few things immediately: This guy’s style is to always be doing something – planned. But I love to be spontaneous and decide on the spot.  I wanted to stay another night; he HAD to go home to change his tires. Waaaah?
 
Then I saw that I am going to have a tendency to be much more outspoken than his needs can accommodate. I guess that is why I have not heard from him since that 2 day experience.  
 
I wondered if I should put this relationship on ice? And then I noticed, while we have some interests in common, it is not a lot. And his usual style in general is diametrically different from my needs. I will wait to see if I hear from him. I suspect not, but if I do, we are going to have a conversation on how we navigate these differences."~S of M and S:










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