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Same Page? Or Same Book!

Congratulations! You and your partner realize that to resolve the conflict in your relationship, you need help. One or both of you did research, found what you thought was the right resource for your problem, and jumped in together (or maybe sort of). 

Were you both able to complete the resource? Maybe one completed it, and the other didn’t? Did it spark additional conflict? Did it deepen the realization that you and your partner aren’t on the same page? Did you lose focus because the resource wasn’t really addressing your problem? Or did you get even more frustrated because you realized you aren’t sure what the problem really is? 

We have discovered on our own relationship journeys that implementing resources prematurely can add to the conflict and propel couples further into the conflict phase. Resources designed to address individual struggles aren’t effective until you first align as a couple. It is critical to get on the same page. At this point, you can create a plan for addressing your relationship concerns.

 But what is relationship alignment? 

Common Questions

  • Why didn’t counseling work?
  • Is there really something that can help us?
  • What’s next?
Evimero Couples Relationship Alignment Quiz

We Can Help

“It is a position of agreement and alliance on the current state of your relationship, what you want for your relationship, and how you will come together to move things forward. It’s a spirit of cooperation. It is living and loving in the same direction.” – Evimero Couples

Most couples think they are aligned because they live in the same house, pay the same bills, and parent the same kids. But real relationship alignment happens at a deeper level, and most couples don’t know what that looks like.

Here at Evimero Couples, relationship alignment is our specialty. 

If you are ready to explore how relationship alignment can help you get out of conflict, develop a deeper connection, or find the greatest purpose for your relationship:

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