Every year, people are reminded by their doctor or friends and family to go get a physical. Even if nothing is wrong, it’s best to get one just in case.
While Americans have always taken a somewhat proactive approach to healthcare, they will rarely do the same when it comes to their love life. Let’s be real, you and your partner are not going to seek help until there are already serious cracks in your relationship.
Seeing that the approach to fixing relationships is old and out of date, Dr. James Cordova and Dr. Tatiana Gray, professors at Clark University, along with entrepreneur Matt Rubin have founded Arammu, a company that provides couples with yearly checkups on their romantic relationships.
The company has also expanded into checkups with other types of relationships such as those between an employee and their employer.