With over 3,200 participants in my online survey, I have been able to gather a lot of data and insights on the relationship status of many, many couples.

What has become apparent to me is that there are many relationships out there which are on the brink.

Some participants don’t know it yet.

Some of them feel it inside of them.

And the majority are well aware of the pain they are in, but they don’t know what to do.

85% of responses to my survey are from women, which does not surprise me, because often the woman in the relationship have the finer antenna for any disturbances.

Roughly 25% of all participants left a question for me to respond to – indirectly asking for help.

Some of these questions are more comments or statements of how bad their relationship really is, although the same people are not open to change their situation.

This is a very human type of behaviour.

We’d rather take, accept and live in the known situation – even if it is bad – than taking initiative to venture into the unknown.

It’s a bit like a catch 22.

What is less painful? Staying in an unhappy but existing relationship, or changing the situation with a completely unknown outcome?

We all love our comfort-zone, even if it means we are in an unhappy or sometimes toxic relationship.

One of the reasons for people to stay in their unhappy relationship is that they don’t know that there is a way to change this.

And by change, I don’t mean to leave your partner.

Leaving is not an option in most of the cases, because how then do you live? How do you finance a life alone? How would your children cope?

Even though you might think about it, leaving is not an option…

That’s why I came up with the idea of the Relationship Health Centre.

Here you find proven tips that immediately change and improve your relationship.

And they don’t cost the world.

Actually, they cost less than a cup of coffee.

So instead of sitting on your hands and metaphorically banging your head against a brick wall, check out my new service and make sure to access the one tip that could turn your relationship around.

I know that every relationship is different and that your specific situation is most likely very delicate. Try it regardless. What have you got to lose?

If you’d like further support, you could contact me and together we can find a way to support you in your personal situation with a different approach.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

And please let me know which other scenario or proven tip you want to see on the Relationship Health Centre