… And none for Gretchen Wieners. (Points, that is.)
Come on, get "happy"
After the two-week mark hit, Jeremy and I actually decided to keep on playing Happy Couple -- we've now answered more than 100 questions. And no, I didn't have to bribe him with sweet talk or homemade Buffalo chicken or phone sex. "The app definitely sparks some interesting conversations," he told me. "You think you know your partner, but there is always more to learn -- it uncovers little things that wouldn't normally come up, which has only proved to be a good thing."
So if you're a couple looking to work on your communication -- whether you met online or IRL; are six months in or six years married -- the app definitely acts as a springboard for starting relationship-building dialogue about feelings, values, and aspirations. It touches on some bold, albeit relevant topics, like "city versus suburbs?" and "do you want kids?" -- so if you've been anxious about bringing them up, Happy Couple is the mediator at your fingertips doing it for you and taking some pressure off.