The LOVE ’N’ GRAPH program was recently used by a family psychologist. The permission of the clients has been granted but their names have been changed to protect their privacy.
John and Natali, a married couple in their 20s, turned to a psychologist for help. Natali arranged the appointment for the couple, who have been married for three years. The couple also has a baby who was born a year and a half ago. Natali is currently on maternity leave, John works as a programmer. The family is financially secure.
So why did they turn to a psychologist? Natali suspects that her husband is cheating on her. She has no evidence, just a feeling. John has denied it, saying that Natali suspicions are groundless. He also accuses Natali of jealousy and suspicion. The family hopes that with the assistance of a psychologist they can resolve the conflict. …
Recently, a female friend who is a successful journalist, was complaining to me about her difficult family situation. She has been quite restrained and reserved about her personal life, and I realized that it was opening up and revealing her feelings to me. She said she was unable to solve the existing problems alone, that she didn’t have any close friends, and that she didn’t feel like visiting a psychologist but didn’t not want to live like this anymore.
I advised her to try using the LOVE ’N’ GRAPH application, and then asked her to give me feedback about the program, as well as describe her impressions. The names in the following description have been changed, all the rest is a complete citation of her feedback. …
To inspire users to be more open, honest, and responsible with their feelings and emotions in their intimate relationships.
Obviously, LOVE ’N’ GRAPH is not a tool that can shield people from many various difficulties and problems that can arise in relationships. However, LOVE ’N’ GRAPH can help people understand themselves and their partners better, more objectively, and without illusions.
Let’s then also review LOVE ’N’ GRAPH in the same way — objectively and without illusions, evaluating its possibilities and limitations.