What to do when the honeymoon phase is over

(WTNH) – What happens when the honeymoon phase in a relationship is over? Relationship expert Michael Gabriel explains a great way to analyze your relationship’s “barometer” that can help you decide if your relationship is meant to be, or if it’s time to call it quits.

Successful media and technology executive, Michael Gabriel, author of THE BALANCED RELATIONSHIP BAROMETER (November 18, 2015), applies his innovative business insights to the challenge of sustaining loving and successful relationships. The book, and its revolutionary free mobile app, the Relationship Barometer, can better enable people to achieve fulfilling and lasting partnerships customized to their specific needs-whether currently working at an existing relationship, or seeking a new one. People track their fitness and financial health, so why not have an app that tracks the health of their relationship? It can help become more aware of “Gotta Have” and “Gotta Not Have” needs supporting their companionship goals.

Get the app on Apple and Android devices


Head to http://www.relationshipbarometer.com/
for more information.


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