Relationships

It’s been said that life isn’t measured by the quantity of our relationships, but rather the quality. We offer a safe space for you to talk about your relationship journeys, wherever that conversation may lead.

Let’s talk about relationships

Every person in any kind of relationship has questions about where they are and where they’re headed. From rekindling connection to separation support, we’re here to help you find the guidance you need.

Redefining Relationships and the Pandemic

The global pandemic put a strain on relationships. That means it’s an opportunity for us to ask what we really want. You can find answers to those questions here, without judgment.

Reconnecting Your Long-Term Relationship

You have a lot to be proud of in your relationship. And, you sometimes feel bored, lonely, and disconnected. That is normal, and it can be better. Let’s talk about how to reconnect with your partner in the way that you both want.

Divorce and Separation for the Everyday Person

Pat yourself on the back. You made it here. Ending a marriage is complicated. There are ups and downs. And, you are not alone. Learn about the stages of mourning, how to manage complex emotions, and how to look forward to the good stuff ahead.

“I didn’t expect the relationship Groop to be so beneficial. Now I feel like I have a friendship with you all and have been able to connect on a deeper level.”

- Groops member

“Talking with the Groop made that so much easier.”

- Groops member

“I feel really good because this reminded me of how much of a journey we’ve been on. Checking in with how this person makes me feel and having the courage to say, ‘I want to do something different.'”

- Groops member

Invest in yourself and it pays off everywhere else.

Join Groops for $79/month and receive unlimited access to expert-led sessions and community discussions. Your first two weeks are free so you can get a feel for which Groops are right for you.

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