Keeping the spark in a relationship is pretty hard nowadays, and many people turn to couple’s therapy. However, you might think that the argument you had last night is too silly to be the reason for taking such a major step, or maybe you just won’t talk about counseling because it can be expensive.
Whatever the reason is for not making this step, little problems add up, and in the end... you can have a very unhappy environment for love. Fear not though, you guessed it; you can crowdsource your relationship issues!
Couples Spark is a website where, when two people have an argument and nobody wants to admit they were wrong, they can log on, submit both sides of the story, and then let complete strangers to vote who’s right and who’s not.
Seem simple? It is, and now all those fights about “He doesn’t take the trash out,” or “she keeps her clothes hanging everywhere,” need to be shut down, especially if 89% of the crowd agree with one partner.
Looking over Couples Spark, it’s noticeable how eager people are to give relationship advice. However, some comments do not seem to be the sort of thing everybody would follow, so Couples Spark allows other users to also vote whether specific advice is generally good or not. Eventually, the majority has the last word, and you either accept the more objective opinion of the crowd... or sulk with your own ego.
What do you think? Would you use a crowd to settle the issues of your relationship? Let us know in the comments.