Want To Keep Your Relationship In The “Honeymoon Stage”?

There’s a lot of relationship advice out there, and it can get overwhelming. How are you supposed to put that much effort into your relationship when you already have so much else on your plate?

But the truth is that having an exceptional relationship doesn’t have to be rocket science. With just a handful of powerful tools, and just a few minutes a day, you can make your partner happy and create an unshakeable foundation for your relationship.


3 Simple Daily Habits To Keep The Spark Alive In Your Relationship!


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3 Simple Daily Habits Guide Includes:

  • Three daily practices that will give you the maximum payout for minimum effort!

  • Exactly how to put these practices to work for you and your relationship.

  • Science-backed tools that will help you and your partner feel connected and prioritized.

  • Contains information I share with my private coaching clients in an initial $749 session.


I’m Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist and writer specializing in helping busy, modern couples keep the spark alive in their relationships.

I have bachelor’s degrees in Human Sexuality and Sociology from Brown University, and a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. I’ve been featured over 1,000 times by The New York Times, O, The Oprah Magazine, Real Simple, Refinery29, Rolling Stone, Esquire, Buzzfeed, Lifehacker, and many more.

Most importantly, I’ve been with my husband for over a decade, so I know all about the challenges of keeping the fires burning in a long-term relationship!

Evidently, the class taught me a lot—because after taking it, I started orgasming from someone else’s touch for the first time.


When you have been with the same partner for a long time, it is easy to fall into patterns. My wife and I love each other very much, but we don’t show it to each other in the ways we used to. We have both felt sad about that, but haven’t taken any action to do things differently.

After reading this guide, my wife made the first move showing love and affection multiple times, and I loved it. I don’t know if she felt more confident or just liked having new ideas, but it was fun!

- George A.