Minute Mood helps you & your partner communicate how you’re feeling without saying a single word.
You want a way to stay connected and maintain consistent communication when life is busy. Being understood by your partner lets you know you’re cared for.
And just like that, empathy can flourish and you don’t have to feel alone – even when you’re together.
What if strengthening your relationship was as simple as a minute of journaling per day?
Research shows that empathy is foundational to a strong bond within relationships. Using the Minute Mood App when you are out of time, under deadlines or just in two different time zones, will allow you to cultivate more empathy without the stress of holding on to what you want to truly say or express to one another.
If you and your partner want to understand each other better, but frequently find yourselves unable to communicate your feelings effectively — this app was made for you.
By using the Minute Mood regularly, you can expect:
- To become more aware of yours and your partner’s feelings and experiences
- Less fear or tension around starting meaningful conversations
- More connection and less emotional neglect
- A sense of feeling seen & heard
- More stability in your relationship
Disclaimer! This is not a place to criticize your partner, defend yourself or even solve problems. It’s about connection. When you read what your partner has said, do not respond immediately.
How can your relationship benefit from using the Minute Mood?
In just a few minutes a day:
- You can grow stronger together
- Have better emotional management
- More thoughtful relationships
- Mood tracking – anticipate and provide support
- More consistent & articulate communication
Get to know & use the 3 forms of empathy and elevate your communication – everyday.
Feeling shared emotions with another.
Understanding your partner’s feelings.
Doing to support how someone else is feeling.
What’s inside Minute Mood?
|Personal Daily Journal
Rate & track your moods to understand your own behaviors on the good days and the bad days.
It can be as simple as an emoji, but elaborate as much as you want in the journal.
*You don’t have to be a writer!
Get insight into how your partner is feeling and their response to how you are feeling on a daily basis by reading what they share with you in their daily journal.
This builds your emotional and cognitive empathy.
|Spark Meaningful Conversations
Rather than starting an argument, come together from a compassionate place and connect with each other over what you’ve shared.
Good communication is the foundation of a lasting relationship, and this is where you’ll build that skill.