(PRWEB) February 12, 2009
A tool geared to assist couples with voicing out their decisions about things around them was launched in the Internet today by thousandminds.com, a web development team focused on social media.
"The current economic decline actually contributed to the development of this website," Bing Tan said, President and Founder of thousandminds.com, "it is a good way to get people to talk and understand each other amidst the financial crisis," he adds.
The site is basically targeted to cohabiting couples and committed partners who at this time need to understand the utmost importance of communicating. A lot of psychologists and knowledgeable figures agree that one major cause of breakups is the lack of proper communication and understanding. In addition, partners who are often in the middle conflict, half of the time do not hear what their partners are saying experts believe. Tan also suggests that "during times when people are most hot-tempered and desperate, the more couples should embrace composure and interaction between them."
The site essentially allows couples to make a list of things (possessions, responsibilities, payables, etc.) that are common between them, things they can agree on and designate to whoever is responsible. Consequently, the users are regularly updated through email about things that are yet to be settled and this simply brings couples together to discuss and keep tab of unsettled things on their list.
To know more about the site, visit: thefairlist.com.
TheFairlist.com website also provides detailed information and instructions on how to use the service. For any questions or comments regarding the news that is the subject of this release, kindly contact Jurgen T. Estanislao, or visit thefairlist.com.